Teaching the Classroom with Dungeons & Dragons [Pixelkin]

teaching with d&d

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Every year the concept of gaming in the classroom gains more and more traction among educators, school boards, students, and parents. Using games, especially role-playing games, as teaching tools has proven incredibly successful.

Two high school teachers are making waves by implementing Dungeons & Dragons into their classrooms. Their new website, TeachingWithD&D, aims to be a one-stop resource for teachers and schools who want to get started using D&D and other role-playing games to promote reading comprehension and socio-emotional growth, and have fun doing it.

I spoke with “Teaching With Dungeons & Dragons” creators Sarah Roman and Kade Wells about their educational gaming experiences. Roman teaches 11th and 12th grade literature courses in New Jersey, while Wells teaches 9th graders in Houston, Texas.

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Author: roguewatson

Freelance Writer

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