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Games in Education 2013

August 6-7, 2013

Hudson Valley Community College at the
TEC-SMART Campus in Malta, NY

This FREE 2-day professional development event for educators offered presentations and workshops focused on the use of technology and games in education - from early childhood to higher education.

  • Hear how leading educators across the nation have applied video games to their core curricula
  • Share ideas and experiences with other educators 
  • Participate in workshops to discuss the application of games to enrich studies of math, history, science, language and more
  • Develop new strategies and approaches for inspiring learning in your students
  • Network with fellow educators and share classroom ideas

To learn more, go to www.gamesineducation.org.

Hear what an attendee had to say about this year’s Games in Education!

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