HMGS, Inc. supports teachers and student gamers
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Posted by: Heather Blush
HMGS, Inc. provides support to teachers looking for alternative ways to teach their students history as this supports the HMGS mission.
Jim Stanton is using miniatures in two of his history classes to teach history. See photos of the kids here
Catherine Hammons of the Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, TN is also using traditional gaming with her students. To see the student's sand table project work-in-progress photos click HERE
Check out the great things they are doing with their students.
NYSGA 6th Grade Orientation from Heather Blush on Vimeo.
NYSGA is a student gaming organization, founded in 2016. The club currently has 20+ students enrolled. This club is supported by Hackley, the HPA, and HMGS (Historical Miniature Gaming Society