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Escape From the Dragon's Den: A Role Playing Game Themed Escape Room
In this one-time course, students will solve puzzles and collect treasure to defeat the dragon and escape its lair.
Edmond David Hally, PhD
315 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 39 learners
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75 minute class
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The dragon has terrorized your kingdom for decades and you've decided to put a stop to it! After exploring its cave, you tumble down a steep cavern, get knocked out, and wake up deep within its lair. You'll need to use all your wits and resources to defeat the beast and escape the cavern. The main aspect of the game is solving puzzles! Students will have 60 minutes to complete a variety of puzzle types including logic puzzles, lateral thinking, picture puzzles, mazes, and more. Students...
Students will practice problem-solving skills by solving different puzzle types. These puzzle types test critical thinking, creativity, spatial awareness, and more.
I am an avid game designer and have created/used multiple games for pedagogical purposes in both my elementary school and college classrooms. I've published research on the effectiveness of games in education. I created the popular Outschool escape rooms "Escape from the Minotaur" and "Escape from the Krampus."
There is no homework for this course.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The group's success will be based on a points system (number of puzzles solved) and whether or not they defeated the dragon.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Although the game focuses on "defeating" monsters, there is no violence in the game. The game works on old-school RPG logic - when you defeat a monster, it vanishes. Any group that is "defeated" by the dragon simply loses gold and equipment and can try again.
Edmond David Hally, PhDFrom elementary school to college - I've taught it all!
315 total reviews
207 completed classes
Hello! My name is Ed. On Outschool, I hope to teach lessons focused on social studies, science, and literature. After graduating college, I spent a year as a substitute teacher and then another year with my own 3rd and 4th grade classroom. ...