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Five academic esports leaders at the Future of Education Technology Conference say giving students opportunities and monitoring them well is key to success.
From hardware and games to simply embracing esports in schools, attendees at the Future of Education Technology Conference learn how to make a new program run well.
Attendees at the Future of Education Technology Conference learned the benefits of starting an esports program at schools and best practices for long-term success.
Highlights of the conference include inspiring keynotes, hundreds of learning opportunities, six distinct program tracks and a dynamic Expo Hall.
Here’s a roundup of the latest esports coverage in District Administration—from how K-12 districts are supplying tech essentials and diversifying esports to the announcement of LRP Media Group’s new Academic Esports Conference and Expo, to be held October 19-21, 2020.
Dallas ISD administrators saw a surge in students participating in extracurricular activities when esports programs launched at 64 schools.
Florida student-athletes enjoy camaraderie and 'Good Game' playing in Super Smash Brothers esports tournament at Full Sail University's iconic Fortress.
While nonprofits provide assistance to low-income districts, school teams work to recruit girls and students of color, and educators teach inclusivity.
Leveraging his students’ passion for fantasy battle game League of Legends, teacher Jason Dilley tasks his players with understanding the numbers behind the virtual action.
The Center for Educational Innovation is hosting an NBA2K esports tournament at OS-NYC on Giving Tuesday in Manhattan that will give students the chance to learn, play and connect together.
Interested in academic esports? Access this free guidebook to learn more.
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