Developing esports coaches requires much of the same approach as for traditional sports coaches
Game-based learning is a great way to integrate technology into the classroom while engaging kids with real learning.
Founded by 16-year-old Ian Michael Brock, Dream Hustle Code is a computer science and education program geared toward students from diverse backgrounds to spark an interest in coding.
Global Game On: How Video Games Promote World Peace & Diplomacy will focus on how digital diplomacy and video games help close divisive gaps around the world.
Higher ed institutions have discovered the value of Minecraft to bridge gaps brought on by remote learning
Win the White House is an iCivics game available on the web and as an iOS or Android app that places students in control of a run for the U.S. presidency.
GameSalad lets kids create custom games in a visual, rule-based coding system, so there's no need to know any coding language.
Cyber Robotics 102 has students work in an online virtual environment that features a new robot called Ruby and that accurately mimics real-life physics and a physical setting.
. Students must imagine and design worlds, characters, levels, sound effects, game elements, and more.
The National Future of Education Technology® Conference today announced a partnership with the National Association of Esports Coaches and Directors that will bring professional development content covering esports programs to FETC 2020.
First in Math is an online practice site that offers many ways to master facts, practice procedural skills, and engage in problem-solving.
Like Minecraft, this popular gaming platform can be used to teach and demonstrate specific skills, with careful planning and structured implementation.