Chat with other guests and enjoy some complimentary snacks and refreshments before we dive into this month’s discussion.


Meet this month’s facilitator, Christopher Yee, who will kick off March 15th’s discussion of “The Future of Games in Education.”


Share your thoughts, ask questions, and hear what everyone else thinks. Check out the suggested media titles below if you’re unfamiliar with the topic or would like to learn more!

Closing Thoughts

We’ll wrap up the discussion by sharing final thoughts, followed by a few minutes to connect with each other after the conversation.

Christopher Yee

Christopher Yee


Christopher Yee is a Freelance Digital Media Specialist from New Zealand, now residing in MN. With a diverse background, from a technical artist in game development to teaching aspiring students on the path of video game art visuals, he enjoys collaborating on interesting projects, sculpting in Lego and telling stories in a wide variety of mediums.


GlitchHQ is located on the corner of Riverside Ave and 19th Ave S. There is limited free street parking available, as well as nearby meters and pay lots. Street meters are free starting at 6pm. Unable to stay for the entire discussion? Feel free to drop in when you can! Let us know you’ll be joining us with an RSVP.

Suggested Media


In this Thought Hub piece, Professor LaShera McElhany takes a look at how play and learning go hand-in-hand, as well as some of the tools teachers are already using in their classrooms.

Reading time: 3-5 minutes

Education: How Games Prepare You for Life

The folks at Extra Credits dive into the 21st century skills that games develop, and share ideas on how that can be harnessed in traditional education.

Watching Time: 4:37 minutes 

Games are the largest provider of critical thinking education in the world

GameIndustry.biz talks with the Near Future Society about choices and consequences in games, and how that develops critical thinking skills.

Reading Time: 7-9 minutes

Should the Future of Education Include a ‘Personalized Prescription’ of Video Games?

Educational journalist Goldie Blumenstyk explores how games can improve brain functioning.

Watching Time: 14:18 minutes

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