[NHDOE-ETNews] Announcing a NH Consortium Partnership with TeacherGaming
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Wed Feb 21 10:58:13 EST 2018
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ITEM: Announcing a NH Consortium Partnership with TeacherGaming
TeacherGaming puts great games in the hands of teachers and students who can make the most of them. TeacherGaming matches teachers with suitable lesson plans, developed by a team of Finnish teachers specifically designed for TeacherGaming. TeacherGaming Desk links teaching game activities to real-life soft and hard skills, tracked through an online dashboard. Teachers can give students individually tailored feedback and focus on identified pain points.
The pilot period will last from February 21, 2018 through June 30, 2018.
This pilot will be open to all public, charter, and private schools in the State of New Hampshire, and to take part in the pilot you must be currently teaching. Teachers are asked to sign up using their staff email address. Nothing will 'shut down' after the pilot. Schools will be sent a kind reminder that the pilot period is over.
We ask every interested teacher to complete a registration application in order to initiate participation in the pilot.
For more information, visit the TeacherGaming NH Consortium Information<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zOE4d0H32q4VAW8DWu_r5GiQBIRR5S1m9obzu6xJUNo/edit?usp=sharing>
For information on other NH pilot programs, visit the Partnerships and Projects page on NHEON.org at http://nheon.org/nh_projects/.
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