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Meeting the Needs of Children Through Game Play
Wednesday, 3:00 PM EDT for 1 hr JW : 208

Game ID:
TRD22210954
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Short Description:
We'll discuss best practices and research on meeting the needs of children through game play in school, library, club, and family gathering settings.
Long Description:
Dr. David Niecikowski from Touro University will present best practices and research on meeting the academic and social needs of children through game play in school, library, club, after school, and family gathering settings. Dr. Niecikowski is the author of the book Game Design in the Classroom (2011) and, since 2019, teaches three of six graduate Gifted Methods courses at Touro University Nevada. One of these (3) unit courses includes meeting the needs of gifted students through game play.
Event Type:
Minimum
Number of Players:
1
Maximum
Number of Players:
60
Minimum Age:
Everyone (6+)
Experience Required:
None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)
Materials Provided:
Yes, materials are provided for this game. You do not need to bring your own.
Start Date & Time:
Duration:
1 hour
End Date & Time:
Wednesday, 4:00 PM EDT
Location:
JW : 208
GM(s):
David Niecikowski, PhD, Julie Niecikowski, Trade Day General
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Tournament:
No, this is not a tournament.
Prerequisite:
This event is only open to Trade Day participants
Cost:
$0.00
Ticketing Method:
Electronic