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D&D Curse of Strahd w/ Jingleheimer! (A Dungeons and Dragons Game)

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The land of Barovia is home to most things that go bump in the night. Beware the werewolves, ghosts, zombie, and witches as you attempt to defeat the Vampire Strahd in this ongoing Dungeons & Dragons adventure for new and old DnD players.
Jay Jacob-Jingleheimer Price
143 total reviews for this teacher
15 reviews for this class
Completed by 73 learners
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9-14
year olds
4-7
learners per class

Charged weekly
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
120 minutes per class
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Class Experience

Students will get to pick up on social cues, experience team building exercises, develop critical thinking skills, gain math and reading comprehension, engage in moral and ethics discussions, creative story building and character creation experience, creating in-game and in real life bonds and friendships, and more.
I have 6 years (10,000 hours+) of Dungeon Master experience and now I teach D&D to new players as well as new Dungeon Masters.
I am trying out a way to teach D&D to more people through actively playing the game, instead of just teaching the rules.
Please have a computer with a mouse if you can. Tablets are okay, but they don't interact with the maps very well. Also, Chrome and Firefox are the preferred internet browser for Roll20. Edge doesn't like to load and Safari turns Roll20 into a Picasso.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
This class is more for fun, but it does encourage many challenging thoughts that often play out as a developing factor in life.  Problem solving, creative thinking, teamwork, and morals & ethics are some examples that come to mind right away.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dungeons & Dragons is a roleplaying game that involves players defeating monsters and villains using imaginary swords, axes, hammers, bows and magic.  The violence involved is imaginary.  The use of alcohol is a trope in this game, but not actually a key aspect - for example, the players will sometimes meet in a tavern to receive quests.
There are monsters such as witches and devils in Dungeons & Dragons. Players will sometimes run across these creatures in their games, but they aren't intended to be worshiped or idolized - they are often written into the story with the expressed intention that they be defeated.

Teacher

Jay Jacob-Jingleheimer Price
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Lives in the United States
Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) w/ DM Jingleheimer
143 total reviews
31 completed classes

About Me

I run Dungeons & Dragons ongoing campaigns.

I've been Dungeon Mastering since 2016 with well-over 10,000+ hours experience.  I retired from the military as a Public Affairs Officer.  I've been a radio DJ, TV anchor, newspaper...ย 
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