"Board Gaming with Education" explores board games, game-based learning, gamification, and other elements of gaming and how they can complement, supplement, and interact with education and learning. If you are an educator, teacher, board game hobbyist, or board game professional and you are curious how board games can be used as learning tools, then this podcast is for you!
Dustin chats with Prisha about her tabletop game cafe in India. They talk about marketing tabletop games and running educational programming at a tabletop cafe. Dustin shares his expertise in using game-based learning and gamification techniques.
Dustin shares his experience running a booth at a local event. He talks about some things he's learned from his booth experience and shares some data on the success of the event.
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Dustin chats with Laurie Blake about the power of games for good. We chat about his company Stop, Drop, and Roll Games and its mission-- inclusive, conscientious, and immersive. We also chat about their game Earth Rising and how it ties into games for learning.
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin shares some resources you'll find as a part of the Board Gaming with Education community and some huge updates!
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In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin shares his experience with using tabletop games in person this past summer. He talks about different games he has used and tips for implementing them and keeping students distanced.
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by William Brown from The Hungry Gamer to discuss how he has used tabletop games in the classroom. He talks about several examples as well as dives into one specific example of how he used Thousand-Year-Old Vampire to teach writing. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get more content from Board Gaming with Education!
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by Jenny Varrichio to discuss game-based learning and using it as a tool for formative feedback. Jenny shares insights into her research as to how we can leverage game-based learning in our classrooms with our learners. This is a perfect episode for diving into the reasons why and how to create an environment for the successful use of game-based learning. Be su...
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by Peter Seiler, to best game-based practices for getting to know others. Peter shares his game Top Tale and how it fosters a great experience for getting to know your fellow human. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get more content from Board Gaming with Education!
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by Hamid Printer, to discuss running tabletop roleplaying games at a library or other youth programs. Hamid shares some amazing tips for beginners and veterans alike on how best to run a tabletop roleplaying game at your local library. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get more content from Board Gaming with Education!
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by Dan White, CEO of Filament Games to talk about using video games for game-based learning. They explore topics such as defining game-based learning and where games fall on a game-based learning spectrum, how and what role game-based learning played during the pandemic, and what the future of game-based learning may be. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube chan...
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin talks about implementing a tabletop game as a game-based learning lesson. In the episode, he takes this in three steps-- framing the context for using the game, pulling the learning outcomes from the game, and structuring supplemental materials or activities around the game.
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by Dina Ramse to talk about what we can learn as players from spatial awareness and spatial recognition games. We discuss the impacts these games can have on us and our daily lives and also chat about how these games have helped Dina's son. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get more content from Board Gaming with Education!
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by Alex Lu to talk about what the player's experience is all about. We talk about this from both the perspective of the player and the perspective of the designer. We discuss topics such as inclusion and representation in games, what to look out for as a parent or educator on what games to pick up, and what designers should consider when designing for the playe...
We're back with Season 12! In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by Danielle Dabbs for Board Gaming with Education's first-ever VideoCast episode. Whether you're a parent looking for more ways to spend time as a family, use games to support learning, or are a hardcore hobby gamer and looking for more games to play with kids this episode is for you! Danielle shares some awesome games to use at home ...
Dustin from Board Gaming with Education shares some updates and what to expect for Season 12 of the podcast.
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[REPLAY] Dustin and Grace visit Strategicon, a board game convention near LAX in Los Angeles. Listen in to the show to hear about their experience, what they think about the convention, and hear about some of the games they played! The convention happens three times a year. If you have the chance, be sure to attend, and let us know if you do!
[REPLAY] This is a special crossover episode of Board Gaming with Education and Games in Schools and Libraries. In this episode, Dustin talks with Kathleen Mercury from Games in Schools and Libraries. They discuss various topics like teaching game design, game-based learning, board games, podcasting, and networking. Be sure to listen in to hear a bit about their experiences on how games and education crossover in their roles as edu...
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by co-host Dave Eng and guest Terry Pearce to discuss the differences and similarities between game-based learning and gamification in both the corporate world and the education world. Join Dustin, Terry, and Dave on this discussion of board games for learning.
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin is joined by co-host Rodger Moore and guest Steve Dee to discuss the importance of game design, how game design overlaps with other aspects of our lives, and what we can learn from game design through an educator's lens. Join Dustin, Steve, and Rodger on this discussion of board games for learning.
VideoCast Episode Preview #2! We will be launching our VideoCast on YouTube for Season 12 of the Board Gaming with Education Podcast. This is a preview of what to expect! In this episode, we talk about two games that we previewed on our Instagram channel-- Aroma and Werewords! What do you think of these games? Leave a comment below!
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