|Posted on May 22, 2022 at 10:05 AM|
When I was teaching, I developed a couple of board games for my mythology classes. The games served as unit reviews, and I assembled enough sets of each to allow the whole class to play (4 players per board). My thinking was why can’t learning be fun. I think that most of the students enjoyed that method of reviewing the material and the test scores improved significantly after I implemented those games. My point here is: I wonder if those who enjoy mythology and ancient Greece and may back my next book on Kickstarter, would be interested in a board game as a premium for upper level backing? Feel free to respond to this by clicking on ‘contact’ and leaving a message.
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