As for me, I'll be presenting, along with two other secondary teachers from the East Coast, Tim Downing, and Tom Driscoll, on our use of Game-Based Learning in our classrooms over the past year. In our meetings over the past few months, we found that while we each had a lot in common, there were many different elements we tried in making the game-based course work. Hopefully our session will not only inspire others to get started with GBL, but it also give us some new tools as we gear up this summer for GBL v. 2.0 next year! Anyone attending FlipCon14, be sure to check out this link for FlipQuest2014, a mini Game-Based sequence with background information on Game-Based learning.
To those attending next week, can't wait to see you all there! To everyone participating online, hope to get great feedback from after the conference. Regardless of how you're involved, it's a learning process for everyone.