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Civilization V
United States
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Affiliation (company, school, group, e.g.)
Oxnard College
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If my life story were a game, it would be a cross between ...
Civilization V and LARP
Most people know me as a (check all that apply) ...
Teacher, Public Speaker, Lifelong Gamer
When it comes to my game-making career, I'm ...
a newbie (no game experience ... yet!)
Kinds of games I’m best known for making or want to be known for making someday (check all that apply) ...
Educational games
Will collaborate for
Creative fulfillment and fun
Anything else you want to say about the kinds of projects or people or organizations you’d like to work with?
My goal is to help spread the idea of using game like learning inside the classroom with games, and making the classroom a game itself. I'm on a mission to educate teachers of the advantages using gamification concepts inside the classrooom to better education.
Games you’ve worked on ...
No formal ones, but educational games for the classrooom, many
What abilities would you bring to a collaboration?
I've been a teacher for 5 years, I present at conferences and schools on the Gamification of education, and I want to see more classrooms BECOME the games of the future.
Three games you’ve played that have changed your life:
Civilization V (well all of them)
Kingdom Hearts (Story Telling and merging of threads)
Live Action Role Play (It has prepared me for politics and interactions with people more than anything else in the world.
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Multi-Classing in the Classroom

Posted on December 12, 2013 at 3:11pm 0 Comments

In a discussion of Gamification design for a classroom, a faculty member wanted to design a level system/point scale. In the discussion they wanted to have a point system for grades, but also non-point based incentives. The reason for the non-point incentives were to help encourage students to keep going in the class even if they met the threshold for success in the class already. Leveling was great, but if students got enough points in the class to reach level 6, which was a C, then why…


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