Clinical Playground’s founder Dr. Eric B. Bauman is headed to Ann Arbor, Michigan as a featured speaker at the Making it Happen – Enhancing Education through Games & Storytelling conference on on May 17th in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He will be providing a hands on workshop and discussion style presentation focusing on the importance and power of game-based learning. Dr. Bauman’s presentation will address contemporary theory that addresses how we can and are using basic face-to-face games and games found within digital environments to promote learner objectives.

Kathleen Poindexter, PhD

Dr. Kathleen Poindexter is also a featured speaker for this venue. Dr. Poindexter is the Nurse Coordinator for the Master’s of Nursing at Michigan State University. Her presentation will focus on storytelling and the role and importance it can play as an educational tool.

Both Bauman and Poindexter are Registered Nurses with significant expertise in teaching and learning.  They share important interests in Inter-Professional Simulation, as well as theory and research focusing on situated cognition. While this conference will appeal to those working in healthcare, it will also appeal to those working in many aspects of higher education, government, and corporate settings who focus on training and education.

Making it Happen – Enhancing Education through Games & Storytelling

May 17th, 2012

Ann Arbor Michigan

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