Behind the Curtain: How We Made the Class Happen

Video Conferencing, or Planning World Domination?

(Above: Carlos (left) and Joe: Videoconferencing, or planning world domination?)

These documents were not distributed to students, but reflect some of our evolving notes and thinking about how to approach the project. If you are a teacher interested in using games, you may find our meta-cognitive reflections particularly interesting. The “Playtest Day Agenda” was the agenda we used when we taught the game to our educator friends a few weeks before implementation in the classroom.

Pacing of Class

Playtest Day Agenda

Playing Diplomacy in Class

Teaching the Game of Diplomacy

Practice in Writing Orders

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One Response to “Behind the Curtain: How We Made the Class Happen”

  1. Hello World! I Am Going to Conquer You Now! « Says:

    […] Behind the Curtain: How We Made the Class Happen — Some of the most important planning and document-creation we worked on to orchestrate the class.  […]

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