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Fortnite Field Trips!
Fortnite Gaming Club Teaching Online Safety Against Cyberbullying, Anger Management Techniques, Healthy and Responsible Gaming Habits, and Career Development within the Videogaming Industry.
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Meets 1x per week
Over 5 weeks
120 minutes per class
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Join my virtual gaming club, "Fortnite Field Trips", where your child will embark on an exciting journey filled with valuable learning experiences and interactive gameplay sessions. Designed for elementary school students, this class provides a comprehensive curriculum that covers a range of essential topics to enhance their gaming skills, promote responsible gaming habits, and foster a positive online presence. My main areas of focus are Learning Online Safety, Being Responsible Gamers,...
This class is taught in English.
Participants will be engaged in the following discussions: Learning Online Safety, Being Responsible Gamers, Developing Proper Gaming Etiquette and Leadership Skills, and Frustration Management Techniques.
Present: Program Manager for The Bronx Gaming Network (BronxGaming.com) Present: Program Manager for BX Start at Dreamyard (Dreamyard.com) 2015 - Present: Creative Writing instructor for Urban Word (UrbanWord.org) 2022 - Present: Writer in Residence for Urban Assembly Bronx Academy of Letters (BronxLetters.org) 2017 - Present: Father to a young Roblox player
- A Gaming Console or system that allows them to play Fortnite with the other participants and I, along with reliable Wi-Fi. - Zoom account, ability to turn on camera and mic for workshop purposes
In my gaming club, I prioritize creating a fun and inclusive learning environment for your child, where they can explore their gaming interests and build a sense of community. To make the class feel more like a club and less like a traditional classroom, I intentionally avoid assigning homework or assessments. Instead, I structure our sessions to be interactive and engaging, with a perfect balance of educational content and exciting gameplay. My focus is on providing a positive and enjoyable learning experience, where your child can develop important skills and forge meaningful connections with like-minded peers.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Fortnite may contain intense action and competitive gameplay that could be upsetting or overwhelming to some learners. It's important for me as the instructor to create a supportive and inclusive environment where learners feel comfortable expressing any concerns. Although there are MANY young Fortnite gamers, Fortnite has an official rating of "T for Teen" by the ESRB, indicating that it is suitable for ages 13 and older. But our children are playing it, nonetheless. So, I will provide guidance on age-appropriate content and promote responsible gaming habits, online safety, and positive gaming behavior. I will also monitor discussions and gameplay sessions to maintain a respectful and inclusive environment, ensuring the comfort and well-being of all learners.
Poetry and Gaming made Fun and Safe!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
My name is Sergio Jimenez, also known as Poetgamer! For 10 years I have been teaching poetry in middle schools and high schools all across New York City, and performing for school assemblies. When quarantine hit, it inspired me to find creative...