Game Design, Gamification, Learning Design and Assorted Other Strangeness

New Website and New Challenge

I have decided that to celebrate the relaunch of my website and finally dipping my toe into the digital ocean. I am going to release one worksheet a day for the month of May.

All of the files will be in PDF and will be printable and can be brought straight into a class.

I have to be a little crazy—this is 31 classes of activities I will have to write in the next month. Not to mention my usual meandering thoughts as well.

I hope you enjoy the activities and find them useful.

Wish me luck!

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