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 Wissawat for being a contributing member to the Board Gaming with Education community!
About Wissawat Sakulsaknimitr
Wissawat is a lecturer in University of Thailand and interested in applying boardgames to the subject of chemistry. Currently, he is developing a boardgame called, “Chem-bond” for using in classes and in workshops for educators.
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What are your current favorite top five games?
In no particular order…
- Timeline 3.
- Trading card games
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. They also make learning fun! An educational game should be easy to explain, require a short amount of time to play, and can evaluate the learning outcome. Most importantly, the idea or plan is wasted if you do nothing.
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?
Give me three words to define yourself.
Funny, Creation, and Chemistry