MAY 8, 2015
8AM - 4PM
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WHATEVER YOUR JOURNEY MAY BE...
HANDS-ON LEARNING LABS
Learning Labs offer you an opportunity to experience and learn game design software, while discussing how and when game design tools can be used for maximum learner impact organized around subject area.
Try your hand at the latest games and tools from trusted learning game developers and publishers.
Our morning sessions will introduce you to the basics of game-based learning and game implementation in your classroom, to engage and inspire students across the curriculum.
Use game design and maker spaces as gateways to connected curriculum that promotes high impact learning for students of all ages.
This is a one day educators' summit on game-based learning in the classroom. Please join us, local colleagues and national experts to learn and share how to effectively integrate games into your teaching. We'll explore how game-play can ignite your student passion through current research, hands-on workshops and discussion jam sessions.
All educators are welcome and anyone interested in game-based research
Friday, May 8, 2015
Baker Center on Ohio University's main campus in Athens, Ohio
Regular registration for the summit is $50. Student registration is $25. Registration includes a continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments. Space is limited!
Please bring your own device (BYOD) to get the most out of the sessions!
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided to all attendees.
This event is sponsored by the Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education and the Instructional Technology department as part of the Playful Learning initiative, made possible with generous support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.