We provide professional development workshops for all educators, including K-12 teachers, higher education faculty, and organizational trainers. Our workshops focus on game-based learning solutions that educators can quickly implement into their classroom teaching. The workshops and courses cover various game-based learning topics, such as:
- Introduction to game-based learning
- Minecraft in education
- Games for learning
- Gamification in education
- Transmedia games for learning.
In addition, we can host practically any other workshop or online course related to game-based learning depending on your needs. Our workshops and courses are held online or in-person in the Los Angeles, California area.
We offer Minecraft professional development online workshops in which users learn about the educational potential of Minecraft and game-based learning. The workshops are provided on an as-needed basis and are individually designed to fit the learning goals of the participants. The Minecraft workshop covers:
- Introduction to Minecraft (if necessary)
- Educational applications of Minecraft
- Creating a Minecraft lesson
- Minecraft machinima creation
Game-Based Learning Microcredential
The Game-Based Learning microcredential provides educators with a solid knowledge base about game-based learning that will allow them to effectively use games and gaming principles in their courses.
The microcredential program is offered through California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) Extension and International Programs.
The microcredential program is for K-12 teachers, higher education instructors, and training professionals.
Visit https://extension.fullerton.edu/professionaldevelopment/certificates/gbl for more details.