From Games for Change — May 2016
The Games for Learning Summit includes workshops and talks from a cross-section of thought leaders from academia, government, gaming, edtech, and social innovation.
Megan Stewart, director of Unity Global Education, gives an overview of how games are affecting change across industries and inspiring youth toward careers in game development.
Minecraft Education director Deirdre Quarnstrom shares what’s new in Mojang and Microsoft’s efforts to bring Minecraft to students and teachers around the world, including its new portfolio feature.
PANEL: Computer Science for All: Putting students in the driving seat. Learn how students in NYC are learning to code and make games both in and outside of school, and what needs to happen next to make computer science a new literacy…