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Once per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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****2021 SUMMER ANNOUNCEMENT- May 17th will be the last class scheduled for this club. We will not meet during the summer. Wanna keep gameschooling with me through the summer!? Please, check out my GAMES AT THE TABLE one-time classes!! I offer SEVERAL for this age range, and would love for you to join me at my game table.**** An ongoing club to help kids practice, master, and even refresh their basic math skills. This is gameschooling club to help give kids math confidence! Through a...
•To help students think about math in a new light. •To foster a deeper understanding and love for math AND games.
I'm a gameschooling momma that uses games to teach just about everything! I geek out EVERY summer, as I plan for the next school year, because I get to add more games to our growing collection! Being able to think outside the box, as I put our following school plans together is SO MUCH FUN. That's what makes gameschooling so exciting! Kids learn through gameplay! Nothing more, nothing less! Just games. And, games spark conversations that lead to further exploration, which is a fabulous bonus. Giving my kids the opportunity to learn algebra, or even biology, with games is what I strive for. We're in our high school years, but even when my kids were younger I'd always be searching for those games that would fit in with, and essentially be, what we were going to explore. It has sparked so many special fires inside each of my kids, and has fostered a love for all things games! I have also had the privilege to teach gameschooling classes in our local homeschool group, and love the interaction and environment every game brings to each one of my classes. The skills kids are able to walk away with after each and every game session is something I cherish. Games help kids unplug. They challenge kids, help kids to work collaboratively, give kids a deeper understanding of decision-making, and work to improve those cognitive developments. They are so much more than you can even imagine. To be able to introduce this love to others is one of my greatest passions. I'm excited to show kids how games DO help with math, how games WILL help them succeed! I can't wait to get the math games a rolling here on Outschool!
For each class students are asked to bring the following: •Pencil & Notebook •10 6-sided dice •1 deck of cards •25 counters (this can be as simple as pennies, or little trinkets found around your bedroom) •Printed material (posted inside the classroom forum)* •UNO (the card game)** *SOME PRINTED MATERIAL IS REQUIRED-For each upcoming class, any printed supplies needed will be posted, inside the classroom forum prior to the start of class. (These message are found inside the "classroom" tab. Depending on when you enroll, those messages might be sent to the "teacher" tab as well.) **UNO will be needed for some games. So make sure it's available and ready to go.
1 hour 5 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Depending on the upcoming games, there may be YouTube videos students will need to watch prior to class. Those videos will be posted inside the classroom forum, at the beginning of each new week. Students that would like to freshen up their skills prior to gameplay each week can set up a free XtraMath account. This site offers students math drill practice. You can access their website here - https://xtramath.org/#/home/index
Becky Wright | Tabletop Games & Minecraft
Gameschool with me!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
159 total reviews
147 completed classes
My name is Becky Wright, and I'm a mom to 2 amazing teens! We're in our 14th year of a pretty STELLAR homeschool journey. I'm a homeschool momma with a GAMESCHOOL mentality. I choose games over almost anything! "Education is not the learning...