Gaming in the Classroom

Fall 2021

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Have you ever felt as if you are teaching on autopilot as you gave the same lecture for the third time in a week? Well, join us and "level-up" your instruction! 

Gaming in the classroom can be simple or fully immersive. Gaming, or gamification, engages students so that they learn while they play. Join us as we discuss how this FLC created fun games for our classes that can be used across disciplines on campus.


This is a Zoom workshop.

You will receive a Zoom meeting link the day before the workshop.

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