Some news about DysCog, the research program led by Marie-Line Gardes and Jerôme Prado to measure the impact on learning of our Game Math Mathews Fractions. Here are more info about the process and the first feedbacks.
For a future game we have made a codesign workshop in a second grade classroom. That was an intense experience (spoiler: we survived) that we are sharing with you.
Learning with games is quite an old idea, and educational video games are the natural children of this tradition. But what does the educational game sector look like, especially if we take into account the growing EdTech market?
A Research Project to evaluate the impact of Math Mathews Fractions on K12 learning curve in mathematics
Following our collaboration on Math Mathews Fractions with the Brain Behavior and Learning Lab, Marie-Line Gardes and Jérôme Prado started a research project called DysCog
Math Mathews is a game to practice and learn fractions. Making a fun video game that has a good educational value is not easy. We explain how we have worked for this game.