Implementing a Multiplayer Classroom: Results from Designing a Class as a Game
Presented by 
Andy Petroski, Director and Assistant Professor of Learning Technologies, 
Harrisburg University of Science & Technology

The multiplayer classroom is a technique to incorporate game elements into course design. The course is the game!  The multiplayer classroom movement started in 2010 with Lee Sheldon, who was a professor at Indiana University at the time.  Professor Sheldon's pursuit of integrating a game experience into the classroom resulted in a book, The Multiplayer Classroom: Designing Coursework as a Game, which has guided hundreds of educators to design their courses as games.  In our community’s next webinar, Andy Petroski will share his experience with a recent course re-design from a standard format to a multiplayer classroom format.  Andy also will present an analysis of student feedback as well as other case studies beyond his own course re-design.  Join us on May 21st to learn about experiences with implementing the multiplayer classroom.

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