Game Based Learning at Lander University w/Next Gen
Over the last few weeks, I've had the pleasure of chatting with Professor Franklin Rausch, a specialist in Korean history at Lander Univeristy in South Carolina. He had heard about Next Gen through my talk at Georgetown University, and we've engaged in a fruitful conversation regarding game based learning in the classroom. Frank is already an experienced gamer and master teacher. It's been lovely bouncing ideas off of one another- he has given me some thoughts on some classroom activities, and I gave the once over to a plague simulation he is running with his students. Very recently, Frank was on his university podcast describing, in detail, all the work he has been doing in the classroom. I've attached the link below. If you're an educator and need some support incorporating gaming in your classroom, please reach out via the contact form on our page.
Enjoy the podcast! Thanks for the shout out, Frank!