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Guilty Gear Strive Teen Gaming Night and Social Hour

Artful Gaming with Maryam Awan, NBCC/Gamer/Artist
Star Educator
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(381)
It's time for battle! In this weekly, social life skills, gaming hour, teens will meet for some friendly and respectful tournament and PVP action while working on sportsmanship in a chill way.

Class experience

Learners will also have opportunities to take on leadership roles, show empathy, collaborate, build a community through empathy, appropriate social skills, respect and gain a sense of ownership, autonomy through gaming in a variety of ways in the Life Skills class.
Credentials and Experience:
National Board Certified Counselor (10+Years)
School Counselor (10+ Years)
MFA Community Agency Counseling
MFA School Counseling
BFA Art and Animation University of the Arts, Philadelphia
Bullying Prevention Specialist (7 Years)
Character Development Educator (15 Years)
Art Teacher (10 Years)
Performance Art Teacher (7 years)
PBL Educator (10  Years)
Destination Imagination Team Manager: Global Finalists, State, and Regional Champs (4 Years)
Working Artist
Graphic Novel Author
Graphic Novel Art Director
Materials Needed: 
- A copy of the game Guilty Gear Strive
- Strong Wi-Fi access to play effectively 
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
**Before enrolling please note that Usernames/Gamer Handles will be seen by other learners enrolled.  At times gamer handles/usernames may have to be shared with the teacher to connect to each private server to participate in a specific game or class. Upon enrolling in any "Artful Gaming with Maryam Awan" classes, families are giving consent for their learners to participate in classes where gamer handles will be used and referred to by the educator and learners in class for class purposes only, as needed.  Learners are not to ask for or accept friend requests with one another per Outschool Trust and Safety Guidelines.**


A few things to note about the style and energy of this class: 

1. In this class energies are high. There are several battles going on simultaneously while gamers socialize. The volume of the class is high and energetic which is a natural response to groups while gaming. This format and social style may not be a good fit for those who prefer a quieter and more structured environment. Learners may express themselves excitedly and talk over one another as they game which is a natural reaction and normal response to high-energy gaming. 

2. This is not a "how to play" or "how to socialize" class but rather a safe and moderated space for teens to work on their personal, private, or public goals including sportsmanship, social skills, and strategies through gaming in ways in which they choose while competing with one another. 

3. During tournament days there will be brackets set. At times we will have Double Elimination Brackets which have a "winners bracket" and "losers brackets". Please be aware that these are standard terms for Double Elimination Brackets for tournaments and are not meant to offend. Should your learner be sensitive about these terms, please discuss if this is the right gaming setting for them before enrolling? 
Star Educator
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(381)
What separates Maryam Awan’s gaming classes from others? 

Let’s face it; teens get the short end of the stick. 

While children 12 and under have endless ways of socializing, teens are far too often clumped together with kids younger than them... 
Group Class


1x per week
55 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 13-18
6-12 learners per class

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