Category: Poster

43 - Unplugged: Developing Student Creativity and Entrepreneurship though Board Game Creation

Friday, Nov 10
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Research indicates that quality, interactive learning games can have a positive impact on student learning, creativity, and development of thinking skills. In this session, we share ideas for incorporating board game creation with gifted and talented students. Students were provided with an assignment to create a board or card game that teaches content of their choice. Specifics regarding assignment descriptions, rubrics, student product samples, and learning outcomes are shared.

Kimberly P. Clayton-Code

Northern Kentucky University
Crittenden, Kentucky

Dr. Kimberly Clayton-Code is a professor in the College of Education and Human Services at Northern Kentucky University where she is director of the Institute for Talent Development and Gifted Studies. She teaches courses in gifted education, social studies education, and diversity education. Kimberly enjoys writing curriculum focused on economics and personal finance for K-12 students and adults. Four of her works have won national awards from both educational and professional business associations.