Detentions and Dragons: Lesson # 30 – In-Class Currency and Dragons

 

Lesson # 30 Agenda

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Want a good reason to integrate D&D into your curriculum? How about this number for you: 5,000. This is the cumulative number of hours students in Josh’s classes have read books outside of school. And a major driver behind this stat is Havoc.

On this episode, Josh and Matt talk more about Havoc, the modified D&D 5E system that Josh uses in his classroom. Specifically, they discuss the in-class currency system used in his yearlong campaign and how students power up their learning and their player characters in the classroom with havoc coins. For those interested in finding ways to drive academic success using RPG elements, this episode is for you.

Exit Ticket: Homework – Creative Writing Prompt!

Send us your best idea for a campaign, mission, or plot device and we will read our favorite of the submissions on the podcast. Topic must incorporate the following nouns:

Disaster & Almonds

Have these two teachers helped you earn 1000 havoc coins? Help them out by recommending Detentions and Dragons to a friend, teacher, or student. New listeners are the best way to help us grow as a podcast. Thanks again for all of your support!

 

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