WW HistoryQuest Video: Shea Richardson

As New Jersey students start back to school, 50 area educators are bringing game-based learning to their social studies classrooms. Launched with support from two Trustees of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and facilitated by the Institute of Play, this summer’s WW HistoryQuest Institute focused on the game design process and gave Fellows the space to create and test games of their own. Shea Richardson, a teacher at East Orange Campus High School, says she’s seen the evidence: game-based learning makes a difference in student achievement. Hear more from Shea in the video below.


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