Brief Bio

Jennifer Hardacker holds an M.F.A. in Cinema and Photography from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Hardacker has taught video production and film studies courses for over 16 years, currently at Pacific University, previously at the University of Michigan, The New School for Social Research, and as a graduate instructor at SIU. She has also worked as a professional editor, and has been making short, experimental and documentary films for over 20 years. Her work has screened extensively throughout the United States, Canada and Europe and have won awards and honors.

Title

Gamification-lite of a Film History class

Track

Higher Education

Proposal Type

Reporting Session

Abstract

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One instructor tries “gamification-lite” strategies to encourage student engagement and to take ownership of their progress as they earn experience points and badges for completing assignments and activities, and “level up” to get to the grade they want in a Film History and Analysis class.

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Gamification-lite of a Film History class

Beglund 213

One instructor tries “gamification-lite” strategies to encourage student engagement and to take ownership of their progress as they earn experience points and badges for completing assignments and activities, and “level up” to get to the grade they want in a Film History and Analysis class.