How to Create Games for Your Middle School Classroom
This online workshop will explain how to create and then use game based learning modules with middle school students, incorporating NGSS, Common Core and other educational standards. Examples will be discussed from various subjects including science, computer science and social studies.
The leader will engage participants in a game-based learning environment. During the course, attendees will break into teams and create several sample games, which will then be discussed by the group on Zoom.
Participants will come away with strategies and methods for building a game based lesson, unit or classroom in any subject.
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Tammie Schrader rolls out game-based science programs and training for the 39 school districts in the State of Washington. She serves on the Science Assessment Leadership Team for the State.
Tammie has participated in many ground-breaking programs fostering the use of games in education. She participated in the White House Game Jam in 2014. She worked on a National Science Foundation grant with Filament Games which involved implementing educational video games in science classes.
Schrader is Nationally Board Certified and was selected as a Hope Street Group Teacher Fellow in 2013 and was a Department of Education Teacher Fellow from 2008 to 2009.
Before taking her present advisory position for the State of Washington, Tammie spent 15 years teaching science and technical education classes to middle school students.
Tammie holds degrees in biology and education, a master’s degree in teaching At Risk students, and is currently enrolled at Gonzaga University working on her doctorate in leadership and education.
The session is part of Serious Play Conference’s series of courses on how adding game play elements can improve education and training.
Dates: Saturday Dec. 5, 2020
Time: 9 a.m. – Noon PDT; Noon – 3 p.m. EDT