In this 4th Episode, we interview Joshua Archer, creator of the Game Academy. A Role Playing and Gaming community for students in the Bay Area of California. It is a place where students can game and learn how to play and run their own Role Playing games. It emphasizes education, creativity, and especially collaboration in a safe gaming atmosphere. Joshua shares his experiences of using Role Playing Game with students. He explains why RPG games are beneficial for student learning and how others can start their own gaming communities if they want. It was an amazing interview and I hope all of you will enjoy his knowledge.
Archive for June 2018
This 3rd episode is a small one about what is an RPG? A lot of what you will hear on this podcast is about an immersive education technique called Role Playing Games. This episode describes what a role-playing game is, how it works in different formats, and how easy it to place them in your classroom. It's a quick intro before you begin to hear some interviews that talk a lot about Role Playing Games.
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Games and Education. In this first episode, I speak with Ben Robbins the creator of Microscope. Microscope is the Timeline and Role Playing Game that I have used many times in both History and Language Arts classes. It's a fascinating dive into how the game works, how teachers can improve its implementations in the classroom. I don't want to ruin it but it's amazing what we can learn by letting students listen to each other more while others are speaking.
If you'd like to know more please visit my website https://sites.google.com/view/iie/home for a list of games, and links to my blog and Google+ group.
This is the first episode of our podcast about games and education. It's a quick episode that talks about the importance of Mindset and Drive, and how they relate to games in education. If you'd like to know more please visit my website https://sites.google.com/view/iie/home for a list of games, and links to my blog and Google+ group.