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2017 WW HistoryQuest Fellows Playtest with Lawrenceville School Students

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During the 2017 WW HistoryQuest Summer Institute, HistoryQuest Fellows—U.S. history teachers from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania—had the opportunity to test their games with local students. As the HQ Fellows work with the elements of design thinking and game-based learning over the course of the weeklong workshop, they’re able to apply what they learn to games they design for their history classrooms. At the midpoint, Fellows took their games to the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, NJ, to play them with students attending summer camp. See how the Fellows tested their games and got feedback from students in the photo gallery above.


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