I'll be presenting at the 2021 Games-based learning Virtual Conference! Check out the link to see the schedule and other guests. https://universityxp.teachable.com/p/games-based-learning-virtual-conference-2021 This conference, being hosted by University XP is bringing together game designers, educators, and people who are both to talk about using games for learning and education. I will be talking about the … Continue reading Presenting at the 2021 Games-based learning Virtual Conference!
Scott: Recently, we played a game of Planet of the Apes, by IDW Games. Although there have been reboots and reimaginings, this one is based on the classic 1968 film with Charleton Heston. It is a cooperative game for up to 4 people, in which you all play, rather than different characters, different aspects of … Continue reading Family Review: Planet of the Apes!
We're back for more! Well, we had so much fun, we played it again the following week! Andrew brought over his giant Cthulhu Miniature which has a scenario which goes with it, and the model itself is the board. It’s such a cool model that I was excited to use it in the game. But, … Continue reading Cthulhu: Death May Die… Part 2!
Here's the box! Complete with ridiculous glare from the lights over my table. I know there are a lot of Cthulhu games out there, as it is an easy theme to jump on since it is open and there is no licensing required. But I am a big fan of weird, gothic horror, so I’m … Continue reading Family Game Review: Cthulhu: Death May Die
Erik van Haren is a math teacher, tutor, and coach in the Netherlands. He not only teaches students about the fun and wonders of math to kids, but also coaches math teachers to help them improve their own practice and use of games and fun activities in their own math instruction. He runs workshops and … Continue reading Math Learning in the Netherlands, now with Mathemagician’s Duel!