Stories, Swords and Strategies

Monday, March 22, Wednesday, March 24 & Friday, March 26 1:00pm-3:00pm

Students will explore collaborative storytelling, teamwork, and creativity in this mixture of games and simulations. This activity can help students to grow in their creative and collaborative skills. In particular, games and simulations can force students to employ lateral thinking skills normally not reachable in traditional lessons. Students will engage with mechanics like resource-management, cost-benefit analyses, and social deduction to solve a variety of in-game problems that are easily transferable to real-world situations.

Cost

Instructor(s)

Mr. Paul Stapleton and Mr. Andrew Roth

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