Category Archives: Game Design

Shelf Life

We kicked off our new Alternate Reality Reading Game last week with this video teaser. The game will be played for 8 weeks, with several faculty serving as “operatives” and contacts for the students, while others *may* be less trustworthy! … Continue reading

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EduGameCon

Give me a week to rejuvenate and well, I start thinking about things … Last year as a faculty we suggested books to read for summer reading, formed groups, and came back together to discuss our books at the beginning … Continue reading

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ChicagoQuest – Game Design for Teaching & Learning

Saw this link about ChicagoQuest at Buffy Hamilton’s Unquiet Commonplace Book: Where Gaming Rules … Things I like about ChicagoQuest’s curriculum: 1.  No grades – students are given feedback on their level on a range from “novice” to “master of … Continue reading

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