Creating Real-World Simulations for the Classroom
|Email:||datomczyk (at) gmail.com (Replace (at) with @ for real address.)|
|Category:||Trade Day Event|
|Rules:||Game system not specified|
|Time slot:||Wed Aug 16 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm (2 hours)|
|Host:||David Tomczyk (Quinnipiac University)|
|Experience required:||None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)|
|Location:||JW, room 202|
|Tickets:||0 out of 30 are available (as of 459 days ago (9:47 am Monday November 20th, 2017))|
|Event added:||Mon Nov 20 9:47 am|
Real-world simulations can be an incredible way to engage and teach children. We'll walk through how you can develop simulations that leave lasting impressions on your students.
Whether you're teaching elementary school students or college students, simulations can be an incredible way to engage and teach children. And creating a real-world simulation doesn't require years of coding experience or tons of coordination - they can be done with some paper and a bit of planning. We'll walk through how you can develop simulations that leave lasting impressions on your students with minimal resources and get you started on building your own! Instructors will be Dave Tomczyk, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Game Design, and Tejas Kumar, Software Engineer at Vanessa Research and Game Designer for Quinnipiac University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.