I wrote a TTRPG series to be used with a whole class of pre-K kids AND use RPG elements in the college engineering class that I teach – this article covers my methods for both (they are actually really similar) so you have some easy first steps to try when considering using TTRPGs in your classrooms.
TTRPGkids is going to be at GaryCon Ethereal (March 23 – 26)! Check out here to games set for the TTRPGkids sponsored discord channel, what panels are planned (with some awesome creators who you will probably recognize from previous posts), and how to sign up!
I got to sit down with Garrett to talk about how he uses TTRPGs in the classroom to teach Gilgamesh and about the awesome Two25Games tools that are helping students (and everyone else) to build amazing worlds and stories!
Check out the recap of my time at SXSW EDU 2023! There’s event pics, a link to the SXSW page with our panel audio, EDU TTRPG resources, and some next steps for TTRPGs based on what I’ve learned from the convention!
I’ve seen a few pictures of dice roller potion bottles, and wanted to give it a try with our own spin on making it as accessible as possible! Check out these two versions, one using leftover materials from home and glue and the other using only materials from the dollar store!
Check out this list of tabletop RPGs that have education as their core focus! From math and writing to science and SEL, these games cover a variety of skills that you can use in your classes or at home!