Students at Burnside High School have been learning with League on a weekly basis
“All players have started giving and taking advice, as our attitude towards each other has improved so much."
- Michael Green, a student at Burnside High School.
A look at three different schools who have been teaching sportsmanship through League of Legends
In less than the span of a generation, the world has gone online. Teachers have had to adapt quickly, looking for new ways to prepare students for success in an ever-changing technological age...
Brett Sullivan teaches ICT at Tranby College in Baldivis, Western Australia. We asked him to share his story.
"It didn’t take long for me to realise that students at my school were keen to start a League of Legends club. I saw this as an opportunity to reinforce behaviours and academic outcomes, and teach students how to build a positive and proactive gaming community.
- Brett Sullivan, teacher at Tranby College.
Matt Robinson is the ICT Manager at Lowanna College in Newborough, Victoria. We asked him to share his story.
"Every year in the last week of term four, the students at Lowanna Secondary College run group activities. I was being approached by a number of students to have a gaming day for it. Being a bit of a gamer myself, I was easy to win over."
- Matt Robinson, ICT Manager at Lowanna College.