For 2024, we’re submitting four events between us! However, to get approved, we need YOUR help voting them in.
Based on the response that we recieved during and after our presentations last year, we know that events like these have a massive impact on educator interest in TTRPGs and with showcasing how truly beneficial TTRPGs can be in education and with students. If you can take a few moments to vote on the panels below, it would go a long way in helping to further our outreach on educational TTRPGs!
Join the Stories RPG team (Michael Low and Dan Hines) with special guests, Chris Hopper from Lone Star Learning and Steph from TTRPGkids for an actual play TTRPG demo of Stories RPG!
Presented by Steph from TTRPGkids, this talk will focus on how to use TTRPGs to practice and connect students with the Engineering Problem Solving Process in a way that is fun, engaging, and meaningful.
Presented by Michael Low from Luck of Legends AND the teachers who are using his materials in their classrooms, this talk covers how TTRPGs can be a catalyst for students to want to write and develop their literacy skills.
Presented by Maryanne Cullinan and Ellen Kidd, this talk gets into how to turn your school homeroom into a collaborative group that enriches a student’s experiences, builds friendships, and feels like a community.