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Wednesday, October 16 • 10:30am - 11:20am
Engaging Games for Behavior Change FULL

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Can learning games really change student behavior? What do effective learning games look like? Hear from our expert panel of CEOs from these learning games companies: 7Generation Games, Andamio Games and FANSchool.

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Maria Burns-Ortiz

Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, 7 Generation Games
7 Generation Games creates video games that combine math, history and adventure gaming. Students can play adventure games and improve test scores. The company also provides supplemental resources on both math and Native American culture for educators, which include movies, PowerPoint... Read More →
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Adam Gordon

President, Andamio Games
I'm President of Andamio Games, a subsidiary of Adventium Labs. We're focused on using mobile apps to teach difficult-to-learn subjects in education and small business. I have a background in ed-tech, marketing, start-ups, teaching and ballroom dance.
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Eric Nelson

Founder, FANschool
Teacher + Entrepreneur turning the world's open data into scoring metrics as understandable as "batting average" and gamifying positive student actions.

Wednesday October 16, 2019 10:30am - 11:20am CDT
Glen Nelson Center