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    Intel Teach Live- November 2014- Gaming in the Classroom



      View the webinar recording here.



      In an effort to continue the celebration of November’s Gamification theme, ITL welcomes educator-gaming expert Doug Adams.  Doug will highlight successful integration strategies for bringing Internet-based games into your curriculum. Most of the games to be presented are free to use, and many can be played without installing or downloading any programs.


      How can educational games be a powerful learning tool in your classroom? How can gamification address curriculum areas from basic competence levels to 21st Century Skills?


      Have you made up your own games to make learning more FUN?


      Share your favorite game or share you own self-created games. What makes your selected games unique or how do your games transform how students learn? 


      Also see this gaming thread from last year https://engage.intel.com/thread/19502


      Share your ideas between and November 5 and Dec 5  to be entered into a Choose Your Prize Drawing for a prize worth up to $200.00.


      Choose your prize:

      You now have the opportunity to choose your own prize. If we draw your name for this thread you will then have the opportunity to choose the prize you would like to have for your classroom or instructional practice use. We will contact you and you will have a choice from a variety of prizes. After you choose your prize, you would need to return to this thread and post what you chose and how you plan on implementing it in your classroom or with other educators. After you have completed your usage post, we will send you the prize of your choice.


      Note: This drawing will only become active when a minimum of 10 participants respond, which means in some cases, the drawing will take place after the above mentioned date. For a complete description and eligibility of Engage community drawings, click on the Intel Bunny Person.