Monday, May 5, 2014

Serious Play Conference at USC, July 21-24

Visionary K-12 educators working to improve student engagement as well as higher education faculty teaching the use of serious games may want to carve out time this summer to attend the 4th annual Serious Play Conference at the University of Southern California (USC), Tuesday – Thursday, July 21 – 24.

Sessions will feature teachers already using Minecraft, Google Apps, MMORPGs and iPad and mobile games as well as game developers, publishers, consultants and analysts and faculty talking about their experience with games in the classroom and games for home use. Presentations will include instruction on teaching students to design their own games.

A pre-conference workshop on Monday, July 21 offers hands-on instructions for teachers new to game-based instruction.

For more information, check out the site:

Special thanks to Heather Browning for sharing this information.


Gary Page, Information Technology Consultant
Career Tech Ed Leadership & Instructional Support Office
916-319-0499 Phone

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