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eko-STEAM: World Builders- Science and Art and Dungeons & Dragons!
Your cohort will build part of the Fallen Twins world, a canvas waiting for creation. Starting with the basics of Dungeons crawling with Dragons, we'll move into creating a land using science and art and then adding the fantastic!
Project Imo, Inc.
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Completed by 4 learners
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Promotional pricing through May 2021! Fantastic worlds. High Adventure. Daring-do! In the role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons, all of these start with the creative process of world-building. Brilliant and inventive minds will combine to develop the world of the Fallen Twins, a fractured, primal world surrounded by magical sky islands, traversed by skyships powered by steam, creatures, or the arcane weavings of sorcerous helmsperson! In this 4 part workshop, we’ll explore the basics of...
Learners will identify two specific real-world biomes and be able to explain the conditions of life in those biomes. Learners will be able to use their biomes knowledge to create a foundation for a fantasy representation of that environment. Learners will be able to identify an assortment of real animals that can live in that environment and create fantastic beasts that live in that environment based upon their knowledge of adaptive traits. Learners will be able to develop cooperative solutions to creation problems in a group setting.
Our Project Imo teachers will engage with each learner throughout the week in between adventure-learning sessions. We will answer questions, give guidance, and help them with their research. We will also work with parents as needed to support the learning journey upon which their learner has embarked!! After Lesson 1- Learners will be asked to explore The Wild Classroom and pick 2 biomes that interest them. These biomes will become part of their lasting project and impact on the Fallen Twins world. After Lesson 2- Learners will be asked to conduct research on 2 real constellations and draw them in the provided Star Chart. This will become the basis for their Lesson 3 creation of the night sky in the Fallen Twins world for ages to come. After Lesson 3- Learners will be asked to create a mystical constellation to help us populate the night sky of the Fallen Twins. These can be based upon existing beasties or they can be of the learner’s own design!
6 files available upon enrollmentLearners will need copies of the provided PDF workbooks and sourcebooks, note paper, pencils, and if possible, polyhedral dice. These are the dice typical in role-playing games (RPGs) and include 20-sided, 12-sided, 10-sided, 8-sided, 6-sided, and 4 sided dice. If learners have creation accounts in D&D Beyond or Inkarnate, we can help with those but they are not required. The core sourcebooks for D&D are not required but can be helpful. The open license "system resource document" or SRD for D&D 5th Edition is available free online and includes many core rules.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Part of this class will be exploring the immersive role playing world of Dungeons & Dragons. Inherent in this game are fantasy battles where players represent powerful warriors, wizards, rogues, and more. They'll be rolling dice to represent fighting horrible monsters in between their role-playing improv and science learning. No actual swords and magical ability necessary.
We will refer to the core rulebooks for Dungeons & Dragons published by Wizards of the Coast, the online mapmaking engine Inkarnate, and the online player creation engine D&D Beyond. Depending upon the engagement level in the workshop, we may utilize our private Google Jamboard to help learners connect science concepts to mapmaking. Included in the workshop are PDFs from Project Imo that help learners engage in scientific exploration of world building. These include the Cartographer's Journal, Fallen Twins Field Guide, and assorted downloadable maps and player sheets. To help with research on biomes and habitats, learners will be asked to explore The Wild Classroom. https://thewildclassroom.com/ https://inkarnate.com/login/ https://www.dndbeyond.com/ You can preview our learning materials here https://projectimo.org/imo-on-outschool For more information on the basics of playing the world's most popular role-playing game, you can visit, https://dnd.wizards.com/articles/features/systems-reference-document-srd
Project Imo, Inc.
Connecting Youth and Communities, One Experience with Nature at a Time
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
9 total reviews
10 completed classes
Project Imo is a 501c3 charitable, educational organization that helps connect children and youth to immersive education that helps them develop as learners, leaders, scientists, stewards, and more. Our virtual programs focus on STEAM learning,...