"I would describe myself as a gamer. I play a lot of boardgames (about 9 hours a week at least), and I used to spend 20 or so hours a week on x-box, but I haven't had time or desire lately. I find the older I get, the more I want to…"
"AH I love it! a fellow bobcat!!! That's awesome! I graduated in 2009 with my Master of Education! I sent the conference flyer, scholarship application and call for proposals to the college of education and the scrippts college of communication!…"
"Thanks for the input Marjorie. I spoke with a colleague this morning. We're going to try to put something together. Do you have any idea what the conference fee might be? We're going to have to seek funding from our…"
Welcome to the group!! I like what you are thinking about as far as gaming for helping student learn various new skills! I do not work in an educational setting, but I do work in Human Resources and many of the ideas you are asking about…"
"Although I don't know how to purchase his simulations, I've enjoyed the simulations of Ifill-Raynolds award winner, Chuck Petranek, Ph D, Professor of Sociology at University of Southern Indiana.
I've been able to experience…"
Hi everyone,My name is Rob Rennich, and I'm new to the group. I work for a large public university in the division of student affairs. In student affairs, we use knowledge of communication, counseling techniques, human development theories, and organizational behavior to help college students gain life and leadership skills outside of the classroom (Did you know that college students spend 80% of their time outside of class? - That a lot of time to use educationally).I'm interested in using…See More
I am a Student Affairs professional currently working at Ohio University in Athens, OH and a game enthusiast. I've recently become interested in using games to facilitate growth and development among college students. I'm hoping that NASAGA will provide me with a place to discuss and refine ideas to that end.