Education & Games: With, In, & How To
|Email:||stokes353 (at) gmail.com (Replace (at) with @ for real address.)|
|Rules:||Game system not specified|
|Time slot:||Fri Jul 31 11:00 am - noon (1 hour)|
|Host:||Caleb Stokes, Ross Payton (Hebanon Games; Slang Design)|
|Experience required:||None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)|
|Location:||Crowne Plaza, room Victoria Station C/D|
|Tickets:||82 out of 150 are available (as of 6:57 am Thursday August 27th, 2020)|
|Event added:||Thu Aug 27 6:57 am|
What advice can educators provide for teaching game rules to players? How about using games to enhance education? And what about the portrayal of education in games? This panel covers it all & more.
What advice can educators provide for teaching game rules to players? How about using games to enhance education? And what about the portrayal of education in games? This panel covers it all and more. Caleb Stokes is an educator and RPG writer. He frequently uses games in the classroom for a variety of purposes, and he recently worked with Arc Dream to publish No Soul Left Behind, a campaign book for the game Better Angels set in a charter high school. Ross Payton has written extensively for Monsters and Other Childish Things, and he's been teaching rules to players for twenty years. Steve Radabaugh is a high school teacher and creator of app games like Dungeon Marauders and the upcoming dice game Fey Ball. Come ask questions about how to include education in your game setting, or find out which games and game design principles work great in the classroom.