Tag Archives: board games

EdGamer 88: I’m Snorta Ingenious With My Minecraft Dominion

This short and powerful episode of EdGamer, our 88th installation of the series, brings to light some new games we experienced in game club this week. If our sporadic title isn’t enough to interest you, check out another great preview of the SIT Conference in this podcast. Tune-in and level-up!

 

 

 

Show Host: Zack Gilbert

Show Contributor: Gerry James

Here’s our Show Notes


Contact us with any questions or comments- edgamer@edreach.us

 

EdGamer artwork by Tricia Fuglestad

 

 

EdGamer 79: Give Peace a Chance and Play a Game

This week on EdGamer Episode 79 we run through all the latest gaming and education news on the net! Our main article finds us discussing a classroom board game where the winner is the one who can create peace on the battlefield. Plus we look at a great video short and a glimpse of a new physics inspired online game. Tune-in and level-up!… Read the rest

EdGamer 78: Enlightened or Resistance?

This week on Episode 78 of EdGamer we look ahead to the exciting new world of Google Ingress. Plus we feature some great classroom resources by Zack and a review of the first week of his game club at his school. Don’t ‘resist’ becoming ‘enlightened’…Tune-in and level-up!

 

 

 

Show Host: Zack Gilbert

Show Contributor: Gerry James

Here’s our Show Notes


Contact us with any questions or comments- edgamer@edreach.us

 

EdGamer artwork by Tricia Fuglestad

 

 

EdGamer 66: Gen Con Recap

Holy Gen Con its EdGamer 66! On this week’s episode we walk you through our visit to this year’s Gen Con board gaming convention in Indianapolis. We break down several new games and talk about all of the fascinating people and presentations we observed. Don’t miss our review of the ‘best four days in gaming!’

 

 

Show Host: Zack Gilbert

Show Contributor: Gerry James

Here’s our Show Notes


Contact us with any questions or comments- edgamer@edreach.us

 

EdGamer artwork by Tricia Fuglestad

 

 

Holiday Gaming Picks by EdGamer

Holiday shopping is here and every year I am asked about the best games to purchase. I am asked by parents and fellow teachers concerning games for their children or other family members. There are many categories and many platforms. These choices might not be the best for you, but they are the ones that I own or have on my wish-list. Some of these games are great for the classroom, some are totally not appropriate, and some are just plain fun.… Read the rest