Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS) 2019 Meeting  /

Hack - Teaching research methods, statistics, and open science to high school and undergraduate students through video games

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  1. Katey Daniels

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Description: Help us design a video game! An interdisciplinary team is designing an open access video game to teach high school and undergraduate students about research methods, statistics, and open science. Our ultimate goals are to create a game and evaluates student learning in line with guidelines created by the American Psychological Association (for high school and undergraduate curricula) and the Society for Community Research and Action (specifically around foundational principles and research). Participants will play a 10-15 minute demo of the game and provide feedback on what has been created so far, and are invited to review the guidelines and discuss other areas that will be important to cover.

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