I’ve been teaching long enough to have heard the old cliche ‘that kid is good at playing the game’. When … More
Back in the 1980s, when Nintendo was emerging as the dominant video game platform, I remember having to rely on … More
As an American History teacher I have a lot of issues with the state of our “public discussions”. It seems … More
I took up distance running around my 30th birthday and quickly learned that running can be a difficult and monotonous … More
In trying to differentiate as well as move class time from rote memorization to more active critical thinking activities I … More
My class has had a game-inspired design structure for several years now and one of my favorite parts of the … More
What is it about gaming that is so engaging? How can we take those engaging traits and apply it to our classrooms?