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As we grow as a community we want to highlight members of the Board Gaming with Education community.

If you would like to be considered as an “Edugamer of the Week,” you can fill out the Google Form here. If you would like to nominate someone as “Edugamer of the Week,” you can send an email to podcast@boardgamingwitheducation and include the name of the person, how we can contact them, and why you want to nominate them.

I want to thank Rodger for being a member of our community and for all that he does at Board Gaming with Education! Thank you, Rodger, for all that you do in game-based learning and games in education. Keep making and playing great games!

Listen to his appearance on the Board Gaming with Education podcast: www.boardgamingwitheducation.com/rodger-moore

About Rodger Moore

Rodger is a recently retired science teacher that always tried to integrate gaming into his teaching. He has been a gamer most of my life and wants to bring this passion to others. He wants to take his passion for gaming to education and show what potential it has in the classroom. He has also taken a job in a board game store.

At Board Gaming with Education, Rodger is the “druid.” He uses his druid powers to assume many roles as a game resource and product coordinator. He is essential to the Board Gaming with Education Online Marketplace in many other aspects including community outreach, support, and product development.

Get in touch!

Email: evolvingmoore@charter.net

What are your current favorite top five games?

In no particular order…

  1. Hellenica: A Story of Greece
  2. Monumental
  3. Arcana Rising
  4. 7 Ronin
  5. Rurik: Dawn of Kiev

What advice do you have for someone who would like to incorporate gaming elements in their learning environment?

Games have the potential to engage students that may not participate, not to mention make the learning fun!

We are always looking at fun and quirky ways of highlighting the Member of the Week. What is one question you wish we would ask you?

What got you into gaming in the first place?

I always loved the interaction that games promote in people. Being someone who is much more introverted, it allows me to be a bit more extroverted.

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