Category Archives: Conference Submissions

Conference Week, 2019! UCSS and AMLE19

Things are about to get quite a bit [more] interesting for me. Saturday, bright and early, you’ll find me at the Utah Council for the Social Studies (UCSS) presenting a gamified hour on the topic of gamification. Here’s my blurb: … Continue reading

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Presentation Plan: Utah Council for the Social Studies – Nov. 2, 2019

If you’re teacher in Utah, or if you just so happen to be visiting Utah in early November, I would love to meet with you and talk gamification. I’m gamifying my course again this year, and the game is in … Continue reading

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The Plebs and NCSS 2018

This year, I’m making my first visit to the National Council for the Social Studies conference. On Saturday, I’m presenting some materials to attendees around a group of lessons I have built around a simulation activity to help kids learn … Continue reading

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Abstract for Paper: “Etiquette (in moderation)”

I’ve submitted an abstract to the 2013 University of Arizona Workshop in Normative Ethics. I’m including it here for your consideration and feedback. I’ve been working on this topic for a few months and will be posting arguments as I … Continue reading

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