How to Teach with Games eBook

BY Kat Shanahan
We recently reached out to some of our game-based learning educator allies and asked them how they use games in the classroom, and they had a lot to say! So much in fact that we’ve compiled their insights into a shiny new eBook for your perusal – introducing How to Teach with Games! The eBook is packed with expert perspectives and practical advice, all of which is supplemented by recommended resources and downloadables to help you get started with game-based learning. Whether you’re just getting started with games or have been using games for years, we think you’ll learn something new from these educators’ stories.

Featured educators include:
  • Conor O’Malley, Preservice Teacher studying at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
  • Miranda Salguero, Dual Language Immersion Teacher in the Madison Metropolitan School District
  • Dave Ropa, 7th Grade Science Teacher at Spring Harbor Environmental Magnet Middle School
  • Mary Headington & Chad Johll, Teachers in the Sun Prairie Area School District
  • Christine Marsh, Digital Learning Coordinator at The Field Museum
  • Tammie Schrader, Regional Science Coordinator in Educational Service District 101
  • Michele Huppert, Advanced Placement Physics Teacher at Nathan Hale High School




If you’d like to share how you’re using games in the classroom, leave us a comment! We’d love to hear what you’re doing.