D&D Dungeons and Dragons Adventuring Club
In this group, students will be able to continue their friendships from our sessions, share ideas about stories and their characters, and connect directly with our GM team to support their creativity and gaming. Welcome to the Clubhouse!
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D&D Dungeons and Dragons Adventuring ClubD&D Dungeons and Dragons Adventuring Club is a community of learners that come together on Outschool to share what they’re learning, ask questions, participate in challenges, and get feedback on their projects
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This group is the place to be for our players! We've been trying to find a way for students to connect across games and with our full team of GMs in between sessions. This is exactly that. What happens in the Clubhouse? 1) Students can connect with other students in the group, sharing ideas and engaging in game related conversations. Your friendships no longer take a “break” between classes. 2) Students can ask our GM teams questions about their character, creations, adventures, or other...
Students in the group will develop their connections with their peers, be able to ask questions regarding their gaming experiences, and support one another in their adventures!
The founder of the DnD Club Academy, Adam Scott, has been a professional classroom teacher his entire career, and playing role-playing games since he was 10 years old. In addition to his teaching experience, he believes each class should put the students at the center of learning, minimizing lecture and encouraging interaction. The DnD Club has organized and taught groups of RPG players for thousands of students and community members, running games professionally for clients between the ages of 8-75 years old. It's our mission that your child feels empowered and excited after this lesson, potentially sparking an interest in a wonderful activity.
Welcome to the DnD Club Academy Clubhours! We want all of our adventurers to feel comfortable, connected, and safe. That's why we have 4 rules we ask you to follow: Be Kind, Be Safe, and Be Respectful. Be Kind - Help all learners feel welcome and included. Learners from all over the world, with different backgrounds, races, ethnicities, abilities, gender identities, religions and body types, participate in our Group. Always be nice and make others, especially new learners, know that they belong and are welcome. Teasing, name calling, or bullying anybody in our community? Nope. Not happening here Be Safe - Keep your personal information private and never ask other learners for theirs. Personal things are personal. We want to keep you safe on Outschool, but we also want YOU to understand how to be safe when you're meeting other learners or teachers. Keep your full name, home address, gaming or social media name, email, and school name private. Be Respectful - Treat others how you want to be treated. Keep language clean and information you share safe. If you wouldn't say it or share with your grandma, don't do it here. Swear words, racy videos, and violent images are not allowed. Treat Outschool like a public place, and when in doubt, keep things covered. Have patience - Give other users and our GMs a chance to response do your questions and ideas. Don't spam the message boards. We know you're excited! We are too :-)
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Students may wish to share ideas about their characters or other gaming related concepts. As with RPGs, some of these ideas deal with magic, combat skills, or other fantasy world topics.
DnD Club Academy
Building success skills, with new friends, through adventuring.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2208 total reviews
1350 completed classes
What do we do? We develop success skills (teamwork, problem solving, and integrity) through an integrated curriculum across all our instructors. Whether it’s teaching roleplaying games, financial literacy, or a world language, our sessions are...