Learning Games: Leadership

Our newest book is for every educator who aspires to help learners develop leadership skills – the character traits needed to be successful.  Those noncognitive traits and skills include: Collaboration Self-Awareness Integrity Problem-Solving Ethics And a whole lot more! According to the NEA, “Previous research demonstrates that a focus on noncognitive skills increases cognitive skills and, […]

Family & Consumer Sciences Has Arrived!

Our newest book, Learning Games: Family & Consumer Sciences, is here!  This book is the 6th in the Learning Games series, and is designed to help teachers create engaging lessons to improve student achievement. This book includes many brand new games in addition to content examples aligned to the Family & Consumer Sciences curriculum. Credit […]

Use Technology to Reach Generation Z

The Post-Millennials, the students in your classroom today, are a part of Generation Z.  They are independent, conservative, and fiscally prudent.  And they are addicted to technology. According to a 2015 Pew Research report http://www.pewinternet.org/2015/04/09/teens-social-media-technology-2015/:  24% of teens are online “almost constantly” and 92% are online every single day. What does that mean to you? […]

Thanks Delaware!

The First State has launched a new Allied Health Program of Study. Working in collaboration with Delaware Technical Community College,  the Delaware Department of Education, CTE and STEM Office, purchased eleven copies of Learning Games: Health Science for their new teacher professional development. Congratulations on your program growth and for sharing Learning Games with your […]

Publication Date Announced

Learning Games: Family & Consumer Sciences, will be available on this website and Amazon.com in December 2016. Similar to the other five books in the Learning Games series, this edition is designed for the Family & Consumer Sciences instructor at the middle or high school levels. The actual games from book to book are very […]

Back in the Game

Almost one year ago, I switched my website to a new hosting company and decided to build my own website. How difficult could it be, right? Before I could figure out the answer to that question, I was hired in full-time, temporary role with a large company, and thought that I would eventually get around […]