Thank you for your note, I would like to attend the conference, as well as might some of my colleagues in Bloomington who are similar projects. Please let me know if you will attend G4C, GLS, CGAMES or TEDxBloomington…"
"Welcome to NASAGA! Your work sounds very interesting. I hope you can make it to the conference in Philadelphia on Oct 5-8 (soon to be announced on the website) and that you would consider a session - perhaps based on your doctoral research to help…"
Thomas Fennewald is a doctoral graduate student at Indiana University where he studies in the Inquiry Methodology program. Prior to earning a M.Sc. in Learning and Developmental Science from Indiana University, he received his B.S. in Chemistry from Missouri Science and Technology. When not working on game related projects he serves as a research methodology consultant and project evaluator at the Center for Urban and Multicultural Education at IUPUI where he is the lead evaluator of the NSF funded Graduate STEM Fellows in GK-12 Education program. He is currently a game designer and research consultant on several independent gaming projects including Ted Castronova's Frontier project http://www.hoosiergames.org/games/frontier/ which aims to serve as a platform for economics and social science research. In his doctoral research he is creating methods for analyzing players’ reflective thinking and designing methodology that can be used to assist game designers in creating environments that foster reflective thinking.
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Welcome to NASAGA! Your work sounds very interesting. I hope you can make it to the conference in Philadelphia on Oct 5-8 (soon to be announced on the website) and that you would consider a session - perhaps based on your doctoral research to help all of us game designers with reflective thinking.
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