Low-Tech Gamification for Students with Amy Baskin

Low-Tech Gamification for Students with Amy Baskin

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Amy Baskin Does a Show and Tell on The Gamification Revolution

Educators are some of the hardest working people out there with some of the lowest budgets to do their jobs right. It takes ingenuity, creativity, and passion to achieve real engagement with students, which is why Amy Baskin’s Grammar Olympics and other game concepts for grammar really demonstrate the power of fun for teaching.

We invited Amy to come on our weekly webshow to tell us more about what she’s been up to and she shares some of her secrets and successes from her gamified endeavors. Check out the full video below for the interview

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