Posts filed under RPGs

GSL 127: An Amazing Story of How Kids Went from Playing RPGs to Designing One

Cameron Hays taught his students what RPGs are, and they loved them so much, they began to make their own in a completely self-driven way. From creating their own Google Classroom to assign each other responsibilities to playing and playtesting, hear how Cameron's students are creating an RPG that represents the best of how we can use games in the classroom to increase student engagement and generate authentic results.

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Posted on May 29, 2019 and filed under RPGs, Teaching with Games.

GSL 112: Microscope and the Persistent RPG

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In episode 112 of Games in Schools and Libraries Donald Dennis and  Chris Bell talk about the new recurring Saturday RPG program they are starting at the library in Pawleys Island.

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http://www.lamemage.com/microscope/

http://www.dungeon-world.com/

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/137012/Funnel-World

 

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Posted on October 10, 2018 and filed under RPGs.