Using Games in the Classroom

February 5 | 12:30 pm EST

Join in this webinar designed to share ideas to keep students actively engaged using games in classroom instruction. Participants will learn about a variety of low-tech tools that can help add motivation and fun into any semester. By the end of the webinar, participants will have learned about ideas for active game-play centering on hospitality sales, revenue management, and market segmentation skills. With outlined steps and adaptations for lodging, F&B, and event management, you'll be ready to try them out with students the next day! Methods for adaptations to on-campus and online instruction will also be discussed.

 
 

Speaker

Dr. Sisson joined University of Florida in 2019 as a Lecturer. With a hospitality career that spans nearly two decades, Annamarie has been involved from service on the front lines to Assistant General Manager in various lodging properties. Annamarie has spent the past seven years in hospitality higher education and her research background is comprised of hospitality leadership, sustainable event design, and curriculum and instruction. Annamarie also serves as the advisor of the Tourism, Hospitality & Event Management Society and active member in the UF Association for Academic Women, Queer Nation, PCMA, Florida Festival & Events Association, and SECSA CHRIE Federation.

 

Additional Materials

Here is the handout that Dr Sisson has prepared for the attendees.

 
Image by Caspar Camille Rubin

Join us in creating a database of games in business courses

You know a game that others can use?

As part of this webinar, a need for a database of games that can be used in the classroom raised. So, we are accepting volunteers to find, categorize and report these games. If you are interested in being part of this team, please fill out this form below. We will contact you with details of the project.

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