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Sunday, February 3 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Character Generation: RPGs for Academic and Social Learning

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Role-playing can function as a tool for forming intellectual, respectful and interconnected learning communities.  This panel will explore socio-emotional and academic learning opportunities within role-playing classrooms.  We will specifically discuss how RPGs can be used to help students learn about empathy, conflict negotiation, and creative problem-solving. We will also present ways to create a role-playing rich program across the curriculum (science, history, sociology, mathematics, literature etc.)

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Scott Stubbe & Ndindi Kitonga PhD.

Scott Stubbe and Ndindi Kitonga, PhD are the husband-and-wife founders of Angeles Workshop School, a revolutionary independent school in West Los Angeles that incorporates role-playing games and social justice into a democratic learning model, providing a truly authentic education... Read More →

Sunday February 3, 2019 11:00am - 12:15pm
San Clemente