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Introducing SAGA

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A basic overview of the SAGA program.

A basic overview of the SAGA program.

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  • 1. Story And Game AcademyPresented by Lucas Gillispie - www.edurealms.com
  • 2. Lucas GillispieInstructional Technology Coordinator Pender County Schools Burgaw, North Carolina On Twitter: @PCSTech
  • 3. www.edurealms.com
  • 4. What SAGA Is About...
  • 5. SAGA... Exploring TheLearning Potential In Good Video Games
  • 6. Do You Realize That Good Games Foster Many Of The Skills That Future Employers Are Seeking?
  • 7. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • 8. Communication and Teamwork
  • 9. Creativity and Innovation
  • 10. Learning Space, Gaming Space
  • 11. Some Inspiration
  • 12. Not A Class... ...A Game!
  • 13. Unlock New Game Missions
  • 14. Mission Types Building Game Levels Original Game-Inspired Artwork Digital Storytelling Comics Literary Analysis Game ReviewsScreenplay/Drama Interview Game Programmers Machinima Fan Fiction
  • 15. Earn experience points as an individual Individual experience points unlock new mission types.
  • 16. Earn experience points as a team!
  • 17. Team Experience Points Unlock New Games for The Class Library
  • 18. http://www.teachwithportals.com/