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Let's Play Some Overwatch!

Jarrett McDowell
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(147)
Students will play Overwatch 2 with peers in this weekly ongoing class.

Class experience

-Develop learners' integrity as videogamers 
-Improve interpersonal skills
-Develop critical thinking skills
I enjoy playing Overwatch 2 and work hard to avoid engaging in toxic gameplay behaviors. 
Students must already have a copy of Overwatch 2 and have a Battle.net account made.  (When you install Overwatch for the first time and boot it up, the game will walk you through this process. Without completing the in-game steps, your learner will not be able to play.)
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Shooting/Violence: Overwatch 2 is a first-person shooting game. There may be some blood when a character is hit but it does not stain the ground and there is no gore. 

In-game character death: Student's in-game characters will die when killed by other players. Some learners might find this very upsetting. 

Internet Safety: Overwatch 2 is a game in which people can send you friend requests during or after matches. I require students to not accept or send friend requests to other classmates or random people we play against on the Internet. If a learner would like to friend request a student in class, the parents of both learners can message each other and agree to it. I cannot monitor student interactions outside of the Outschool classroom. 

Chat Safety: Students must deactivate their in-game voice chat and text chat while we play against other teams online. Sometimes there are random players who may say or write unkind things using the in-game voice or chat and by deactivating these features, we can avoid that. 

Battle.net account- Overwatch 2 requires players to create a Battle.net account in order to play
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(147)
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1x per week
80 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 12-16
1-4 learners per class

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