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CTEEA LEADERSHIP PRESENTS; Gaming as a Curriculum Based Program

  • May 18, 2016
  • 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • MICROSOFT STORE @ West Farm Shopping Center 211 W Farms Mall, Farmington, CT 06032
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Hosted by the MICROSOFT STORE - West Farm Mall

Presenters; CTEEA President and Masuk High Gaming Teacher Bill McDonough and CCSU Undergraduate  Sebastian Fortuna who will share his Senior Project "A Gaming Curriculum".

With Gaming being a multi-billion dollar industry and growing at an exponential rate, it has started to make its way into the classroom. This workshop will focus on how to incorporate game design and computer modeling in gaming into a curriculum.

 It will also see how Microsoft product can make productivity in the classroom seamless and how the Microsoft Team is working with Education to help support teachers, administration, and students.

Your Registration includes Dinner.

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