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Games & Simulations: Learn History & Build a Sustainable Future 1 Game at a Time
Learn Game Theory, Political Science, Critical Thinking, How to Deal with Uncertainty, and the strengths & weaknesses of your choices through engaging interactive history based leadership simulation games.
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Twice per week
over 3 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Through my educational games and simulations I have found that students have the potential to think like great leaders if only they are given the opportunity. Four years ago I created ALLIANCE, The Ultimate World Leader Political Science Megagame, in which up to 72 participants role play as world leaders and are given 4 hours to negotiate, compete, collude, and collaborate to solve all of the world's geopolitical problems and achieve world peace. I also created and published 3 educational...
Familiarize students with the stories contained in famous works of historical literature. Learn the differences, similarities, and parallels between ancient history and more recent history. Learn how to evaluate choices with limited information with conflicting advice from advisors while under pressure. Practice discussing and defending choices in the face of opposition. Learn how to weigh geographical information against climate, technology, and the weigh the odds of success against gains, losses, and risk. (Probabilistic Reasoning) Learn How to Find the Ultimate Strategy in a Competitive Environment, or when to Collaborate, Collude, or Compete (Game Theory)
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will use a combination of slideshows through google slides and group voting using google jam board, so it is good if they have a google account. Each of the scenarios will acknowledge the existence of war which implies the high stakes when many lives are on the line, but there will be no specific mention of deaths or casualties.
The first lesson will refer to names, places, circumstances, and scenarios from the Bible, and the second lesson will refer to historical figures, places, circumstances, and a scenario as depicted in two of Shakespeare's plays, King Henry V part 1 and King Henry V part 2. The Bible and Shakespeare are the first and second most referenced pieces of literature in the Western canon respectively, but in neither case will there be any mention of religion.
Professional Illustrator, Animator, and Game Designer
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
139 total reviews
167 completed classes
My name is Shaun D. McMillan. I teach creative art classes and classes on how to start a business. I graduated with a degree in Animation in the city of Los Angeles, California and have worked as a professional animator, graphic designer, web...