Game-Based Learning with MathLive Q & A with Dr. Elissa Scillieri
Wednesday, February 26 at 4 p.m. EST
Game-based learning. To do or not to do? And how? These are questions being discussed by principals and school leaders like yourself. Join us for a live event to hear about one principal’s first-hand experience. Dr. Elissa Scillieri will answer our questions and yours, including:
- What exactly is game-based learning for math?
- What should principals and school leaders tell their teachers about games in the classroom?
- What research supports (and doesn’t support) game-based instruction?
- Do games help our students find creative solutions to problems?
- What types of games are best for motivation and engagement?
Fill out the form today to register for this free event. All registrants will receive a recording whether they attend live or not.
Dr. Scillieri is an educator from New Jersey, where she has been a classroom teacher, team leader, mathematics coach, and mathematics supervisor. These roles have afforded her the opportunity to develop mathematics curriculum, present at local and state professional conferences, serve on a state mathematics committee, and share her love of math with teachers, students, and parents. She received her doctorate in Educational Leadership from the College of St. Elizabeth in Morristown after dissertation research in the area of elementary mathematics. Her current research interests are in the areas of mathematical proficiency at the elementary level as well as the mindsets of parents, teachers, and students toward mathematics.