This week I have been preparing for the rehearsal of my FETC conference that I will be live streaming on Tuesday 11/27. Through my writing and reflecting I am finding that my ideas are beginning to coalesce around the Open World Game concept and the freedom of exploration and meaningful choices allowed to students. In this episode I explain some of the different ways create opportunities for meaningful student choices.
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Mr. Powley is a 14 year teaching veteran and is currently the dual enrollment American History teacher at the #1 ranked high school in South Carolina. For the last several years he has transformed his classroom based on the principles of game inspired design. Since this transformation Mr. Powley has been honored to receive several accolades including the SC Council on the Social Studies Teacher of the Year award in 2015 and the Horry County Schools Tech Innovator Award. He is an advocate of improving student engagement and learning through game inspired design and has been honored to serve as the Horry County Schools Social Studies Blended Learning model exemplar for two years. In addition, Mr. Powley has presented at FETC2017, the SCCSS annual conference, spoken at a SCASA Meeting and to TransformSC Steering Committee, led professional development sessions, and individually mentored teachers in multiple areas. He looks forward to working with you. View all posts by APowley