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Game-based Learning: How it works

Whether you’re interested in studying game-based learning as a teacher or a game developer, your first step should be understanding why and how games empower learning.  Why? Well, at the …

NASAGA 2020 Conference Goes Virtual

We’re adapting the NASAGA 2020 conference to an online format.  Based on your feedback so far, we plan to spread sessions out over a couple weeks instead of compressing them into a …

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Fostering Equality and Inclusion

Announcing Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship Fund: Please Donate At NASAGA, fairness and equity are key values.  In our games, we recognize the importance of the system engine underlying the game …

Get to Know: Curt Jordan

My name is Curt Jordan: I am the founder and head coach at Kong Academy. I have been working with kids and adults since 1995 to help them improve their …

Jared Fishman: A look in the Classroom

“Over the course of two weeks, my students engaged in an extremely worthwhile activity in which they designed games with the express purpose of reflecting something they learned about medieval …