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Professor Game is a weekly podcast where we interview successful practitioners of games, gamification and game thinking that will bring us the best of their experiences to get ideas, insights and will inspire us in the process of getting students or trainees to learn what we teach.
 
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Tamir has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Games Technology (Singapore 2010) a Masters in Project Management (Australia PMP2012) and is also a Certified Football Coach "D" Licence (Mongolia 2021). He's a seasoned veteran in the Mongolian pharmaceutical market (from project assistant to CTO and CIO) 2010 - 2021, he also is an expert in Change Managem…
 
Managing Director and Chief Facilitator. A former employee of LEGO, Robert is a main architect of the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY methodology and co-author of the book Building a Better Business Using the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Method. After several years and more than 20 iterations, he and his team developed the concept into the reproducible and robust methodolo…
 
Dan leads the behavioural science practice within Ogilvy Consulting London looking after clients from the public and private sectors. He is a Practitioner, Speaker and Writer on the creative application of behavioural science to the world's stickiest challenges. Joining the practice at its commencement in 2012, he has worked on over 80 of the world…
 
Over the past twelve years, Will has worked with seven different billion-dollar banking and securities companies. During that time, he witnessed long-time industry incumbents lose market share to FinTech unicorns, as products democratized access to financial markets and minted millions of new investors overnight. Will felt that the industry had pri…
 
Noa Lahav is a community manager at the Tech Innovation Unit in the Israeli Ministry of Education, and head of Start GameDev - a unique program where teachers become game developers, using a no-code game engine. They learn from top game designers and have weekly meetings with a personal mentor. We (the Ministry of Education) will share the games wi…
 
Danielle M. Orsino is a fantasy novelist whose lifelong vision is to create whimsical realms that her readers can escape to. Her compelling word-weaving pays homage to a multitude of personal muses, from Chris Claremont and George Pérez (both famous comic book writers) to Anne Rice and Wonder Woman. The creative spark of storytelling has been with …
 
Tammie Schrader is a science and computer science coordinator at Northeast Washington Education Service 101 for the State of Washington. She serves 59 public schools in their science and computer science implementation. Recently, Tammie has worked with the Department of Education and been a guest at their Education Games Expo in Washington D.C. She…
 
Barbara Chamberlin directs research and development at the Learning Games Lab at New Mexico State University. She first started developing educational games in the early 90s and sought her doctorate to help guide ways research could inform the design of educational games. Her department creates research-based educational media such as games, apps, …
 
One of the United States’ foremost educational futurists, Katherine Prince leads KnowledgeWorks’ exploration of the future of learning. As Vice President, Strategic Foresight, she speaks and writes about the trends shaping education over the next decade and helps education stakeholders strategize about how to become active agents of change in shapi…
 
Andy is the co-founder and director of Focus Games. Prior to entering the world of serious games he completed an undergrad in human biology and worked in sales, marketing and client relationship roles for international life sciences organizations. Focus Games launched in 2004 to develop education and learning games to change thinking and behaviour.…
 
Carrie Baughcum (she/her/hers) is a mother, wife, mismatch sock wearer, a self-described inspiration junkie, learning enthusiast and most of all a passionate believer that all children can learn, we just need to find out how. As a teacher for students who receive support and services through their individual education plan of 20+, she integrates te…
 
Andrzej Marczweski is a recognized expert in gamification, especially on the topic of gamification mechanics and user types. In 2015 he published Even Ninja Monkeys Like to Play. In his spare time, Andrzej enjoys spending time with his family, playing guitar and video games. On this episode we bring back one of the legendary content creators of the…
 
Marlene Sharp is a creative and business-savvy entertainment multi-hyphenate who originally hails from New Orleans but is now a (San Fernando) Valley girl. Firmly ensconced in LA life, Marlene is top dawg at Pink Poodle Productions and Head of IP Strategy and Acquisitions for Rainshine Entertainment. Noteworthy clients and collaborators include Bor…
 
This is a special episode that has been a long time coming, it is all about setting a basic structure on gamification, especially if you're getting started. We discuss what is gamification, why gamification, some examples of gamification, a few terms in gamification like game mechanics, PBL, Players, Prototypes, Playtesting and Iterating!…
 
This is an episode where I am summarizing my experience with the Design Sprint during my remote, part-time, UX/UI Design Bootcamp at Ironhack! As you might know, among many other amazing perks of working at Ironhack, we get the opportunity to participate in any of the existing bootcamps in portfolio, so my curiosity led me to taking this chance to …
 
Jeff lives in Ontario, Canada, with his wife and two kids ages 8 and 11. He's been a lifelong gamer since the old NES, grew up with videogames being a big part of his childhood into adulthood and now looking at how to include them in parenthood. He's a cohost of a weekly podcast called New Dad Gaming with his friend, Trevor, who is also a dad with …
 
Shaunak is the founder and CEO of Yellowdig. Yellowdig is a community-driven active learning platform adopted by over 130 colleges and universities, K12 schools, and corporate training clients. Yellowdig's mission is to transform every classroom into an active, social, and experiential learning community. Shaunak graduated with a degree in mechanic…
 
Raymond A. Kimball, EdD is an education professional with years of experience in game-based learning and collaborative professional development that meets the needs of diverse teams. Ray founded 42 Education Games Coaching and Design in 2020 so he could continue his dream of serving higher education faculty by helping them harness the power of game…
 
Josh is a podcaster on The Josh Bolton Show. He had a bit of an interesting up-and-coming. Had many odd jobs along the way to get him where he is currently at. But the main thing he enjoyed about his childhood was martial arts. He has a strategic mind. How does the game work? How does he work the system? The mindset of games for achievements and gr…
 
Dropping in a special episode to say hi and send you some heartfelt holiday greetings! I do hope you have a blast. If you have 3 minutes, I'd love to know what you think through the survey you can find on professorgame.com/2021survey, thanks as always and may your 2022 be amazing and fun!
 
Robert Raymond Riopel is an international Best-Selling author, App Designer, Entrepreneur and Trainer who has spent the past 18+ years traveling around the world sharing his passion. He has also shared the stage with and trained many of the top trainers and thought leaders in the world today. With his high energy and heartfelt style, Robert draws o…
 
Paul Darvasi, Ph.D., is an educator, game designer, speaker, and writer who works at the intersection of games, culture, and learning. His efforts directly or indirectly aim to envision and implement better ways to teach and learn. He is a passionate advocate of media and digital literacy, design thinking, experiential learning, virtual simulations…
 
Yu-kai Chou is an Author and International Keynote Speaker on Gamification and Behavioral Design. He is the Original Creator of the Octalysis Framework, and the author of Actionable Gamification: Beyond Points, Badges, and Leaderboards. He is currently President of The Octalysis Group and the Founder of Octalysis Prime, a Gamified Mentorship Platfo…
 
Milica is a master psychologist and constructivist psychotherapist in education, with 5 years of work experience in multinational companies in the role of HR consultant. She started her career in HR in positions focused on recruitment and selection, as well as professional assessment of candidates, resulting in her specializing in assessing the dev…
 
David Chandross began his career as a neuroscientist working in the field of selective attention and cognitive science. After receiving his Ph.D. in curriculum and a second masters degree in medical education he went on to become an academic Dean and then held positions in senior administration across Canada in higher education. His work in gamific…
 
Orin Davis earned the first doctorate in positive psychology, and is a self-actualization engineer who enables people to do and be their best. He consults for companies from startups to multinationals on hiring strategies, culture, innovation, diversity/equity/inclusion, and employee well-being, and coaches people at all levels on building self-kno…
 
Welcome to the fourth anniversary of Professor Game Podcast! On a Monday like any other, back in November 2016, the first episodes of Professor Game Podcast were launched! And we are here to celebrate that moment. In this episode, we follow my personal journey in these past years, how this all started and much more. Here are cheers to many more yea…
 
Tisha is a district Student Engagement and Professional Development Specialist and Canvas Coordinator, national speaker, author from Southern Oregon. She has taught Family and Consumer Science for 25 years and has served in various leadership roles in her school and district as well as on Oregon regional and state edtech cadres. Tisha is the author…
 
This is a special episode that we have created as our tribute to the life and work of Professor Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, who recognized and named the psychological concept of flow. His theories have been used across multiple disciplines and have certainly been a significant part of the body of work around games-based solutions and gamification. Tha…
 
Erik is a researcher and developer of Learning Solutions. He's the founder of Play Learn Develop and also a vegetarian. His research and products combine the use of Human Behaviour, tabletop games and Artificial Intelligence/Data Science. Over the past two years, he has worked with the University of Economics Krakow, in Poland, and with Trinity Col…
 
François Boucher-Genesse started his career in the AAA video game industry as a game designer. After his first big release in 2008, he started academic studies to determine how to best use games’ potential as learning tools. The results were so promising that he cofounded Ululab, a company that creates games designed to change intuitions on hard-to…
 
Mike Rizkalla is a visionary entrepreneur with a deep understanding of the advances made in the field of robotics with an award-winning track record in innovation and UX. He aims to enrich the lives of families through magical tech experiences. He is skilled at developing new business and creating digital products that push the boundaries of what i…
 
Minna Taylor is the Founder of Energize Your Voice, an NYC-based communication coaching and training firm. With an experiential approach, rooted in the principles of play and performance, she and her team support organizations to explore their full potential in public speaking, storytelling, and leadership communication. Notable clients include UBE…
 
Mike Montague is a game show host, public speaker, podcaster, and writer. He has been a radio DJ, karaoke host, virtual game show host, MC, and DJ for live events including opening for Billy Idol, Frankie Valli, and MC-ed at Toby Keith's Bar & Grill. He is also the founder of Playful Humans, a community designed to help the burned-out and board get…
 
Shawn Young is a co-founder and CEO of Classcraft, the Engagement Management System for schools. Since its launch, Classcraft has gained incredible traction with educators worldwide, providing tools to gamify their classrooms. Shawn taught 11th-grade physics for 9 years, holds a bachelor’s degree in physics and master’s in education from Université…
 
Thijs de Vries is an expert in using gaming techniques for learning and changing behavior. As an international speaker, he talks to business leaders and managers worldwide about the impact of playful learning. In 2017, Thijs founded his latest venture Warp VR. A company that revolutionizes how people train by combining learning, gaming and Virtual …
 
Trent Knox is the Founder & CEO of Esports Business Network, also known as EBN. Knox is a graduate of University of Hawaii at Manoa, where he studied Digital Cinema through the Academy of Creative Media, also known as ACM. His studies lead him to pursue a career in independent filmmaking, where he discovered the community & industry of Esports. His…
 
Yes #Engagers we have made it to episode 200! Cheers to you, to our guests and to 200 more! On this brief episode we discuss about this celebration and also about the importance of taking a break (in games as in life) to make progress, to come back stronger and better.
 
Matthew Farber, Ed.D. is an assistant professor of technology, innovation, and pedagogy at the University of Northern Colorado, where he founded the Gaming SEL Lab. He has been invited to the White House, authored several books and papers, and frequently collaborates with UNESCO MGIEP and Games for Change. His latest book is Gaming SEL: Games as Tr…
 
Tracy J is the creator of the Feed Your Ninjas movement, the author of How to Feed Your Ninjas children's book and she’s currently working on an idea for a video game app that helps you, well... Feed Your Ninjas. Having overcome an autoimmune disease, she is an advocate for being in control of your own personal health. She hopes to inspire others t…
 
Matt Leacock is a board game designer living in Sunnyvale, California. In 2014, he quit his day job to work on board games full time. Before that, he designed games on nights and weekends while working as a user experience designer for a number of Silicon Valley companies. He's best known for his cooperative games, Pandemic and Forbidden Island, al…
 
Lee Sheldon is a game writer/designer, and educator. Until recently he was a professor of practice at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is author of The Multiplayer Classroom: Designing Coursework as a Game. It’s second edition was published in the spring of 2020; The Multiplayer Classroom: Game Plans, published in June 2021; and Character Develo…
 
Having recently joined ShowCode, Sheran is a key figure in organising and delivering their hackathons and coding competitions. He’s taking the lead in their upcoming hack ‘Level-Up Society’ which will give participants 48-hours to come up with something to help improve a pillar of society, using gamification.…
 
Dave Beck is a practicing 3D digital and new media artist and designer, living in Wisconsin. He is the creator of the award-winning video game, Tombeaux, and also recipient of the 2010 International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge Award, given by the National Science Foundation. Beck's artwork has been featured in publications such as…
 
Dov is a Tao-inspired agile, systemic, and exec coach, living in the heart of Paris with a woman and a dog. He's an avid speaker and facilitator and has a love-hate relationship with serious games. He is the creator of the Meeting Spicer, a tool to hack meeting culture that he believes can change the world.…
 
Bob is an advocate of stewardship. He has always believed in taking care of the things that he has been blessed with. It is his mission to help others in doing the same. Bob’s perspective derives from a battle with cancer at age 18. After growing up an only child it wasn’t until he was legally an adult that he felt alone. Having his life threatened…
 
Erik is a researcher and developer of Learning Solutions. He's the founder of Play Learn Develop and also a vegetarian. His research and products combine the use of Human Behaviour, tabletop games and Artificial Intelligence/Data Science. Over the past two years, he has worked with the University of Economics Krakow, in Poland, and with Trinity Col…
 
Bernardo started as a web designer back in 1998. He worked in JWT (marketing agency) for a year and afterward started his journey in the training world working at EduMac as an Adobe Certified Instructor. In 2008 he started working at the American School Foundation. Bernardo has been working as a freelancer forever and founded his company in 2011. I…
 
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