Games to Teach Community of Practice

Celebration week poster

Our summer celebration of Games for Learning takes place on the week of 17th-21st May 2021. On this week we will have an exciting range of activities and resources available at lunchtime (12-1pm) every day.

Monday 17th: Introduction to Teaching with Game Elements with Dr Ronan Lynch, Dundalk IT

Join us at 12pm: Click here to join the meeting


Tuesday 18th: Launch of first CoP Interactive Newsletter on ‘Creating Games for First Year Student Success’

Join us for the launch of the newsletter and compete in the lunchtime challenge! We would love your feedback on this asynchronous activity and how you think you could apply it to your teaching and learning practice.

Join us at 12pm: Click here to join the meeting


Wednesday 19th: Demonstrations of games from CoP members

Join us at 12pm: Click here to join the meeting


Thursday 20th: Exploring OERs: Towards building a repository of resources

This session is part of an OER IMPACT-athon running over the period 20th May to 31st May. Aiming to help you to transform your resources into OERs ready for hosting in the IMPACT project repository TOTAL, the Thursday launch will provide you with the basics around designing, preparing and uploading your OERS. 

Join us at 12pm: Click here to join the meeting


Friday 21st: Lego Serious Play Taster session with Suzanne Faulkner, University of Strathclyde (limited places)

For Friday’s Lego Serious Play session places are limited so please book soon at:

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/lego-serious-play-taster-session-with-suzanne-faulkner-strathclyde-uni-tickets-154251760167


IMPACTNational Forum
TU DublinHigher Education Authority

A TU Dublin Community of Practice for Gamification, Game-Based Learning, Playful Learning and Serious Games 

The Games to Teach community of practice was established in January 2021 with funding from IMPACT and the National Forum and HEAnet.

In this space you will find different, creative, innovative, and fun learning experiences that will enrich your teaching practices.

To join the community of practice please contact Dr Helen Williams,
Dept. Informatics, TU Dublin Blanchardstown: helen.williams@tudublin.ie