Join us for an informative webinar featuring a panel of esports coaches and educators who will demystify the world of academic esports.
Esports has rapidly grown in popularity in recent years and has become an integral part of many educational institutions. However, many still have questions about how esports can fit into a k-12 environment, the academic merits of esports, and the benefits of having an esports program on campus.
In this webinar, our expert panelists will share their experiences and expertise on how esports can be incorporated in k-12, talk about the benefits of esports, the role of esports coaches, and how esports can be used as a tool for learning and personal growth. With an expert panel consisting of esports coordinators, and former and active school administrators, don't miss this opportunity to learn and gain valuable insights into the world of academic esports!
Dr. Katrina Adkins
USAEL VP of Academic Esports
Dr. Adkins has spent over 20 years in education. She began as a kindergarten teacher and moved into an Instructional Technology Facilitator role, followed by Director of Technology. She has a doctorate in Instructional Technology and Distance Education, and continues to keep her foot in the classroom as she teaches Esports and Gaming courses as a university professor.
Superintendent Brigantine Schools
Superintendent of Brigantine Public School District, AASA Superintendent Mentor & Governing Board, National Digital Principal at the League of Innovative Schools, National Certified Superintendent
Director SULC MRVIGES Institute
Christopher Turner is the Director of Southern University Law Center's Mixed Reality Virtual Innovation Gaming and Esports Institute, Director, and founder of Southern University Esports and Southern University Laboratory School Esports. Living by the motto that esports is an effective way to promote student engagement across the curriculum, He has excelled at becoming an advocate for esports through curriculum development, coaching, and consulting.