rome

Setting the Stage Playing The Creative Assembly’s Rome: Total War (2004) is a manner of performing history. When the map loads, the Mediterranean world appears under a technicolor backdrop of young factions ready to be swallowed up by the Roman banners. The first playthrough only permits players to select amongContinue Reading

As I noted in my last post Meaningful Choices – (Twine Developer Diary) – Part 3, I have been working on developing my own Twine interactive history alongside the projects my students are designing. With the winter vacation, I’m hoping to post an update on the student projects and another analysis ofContinue Reading

In my previous post, I discussed the iteration of CARDs and the development of CARD-tamen™ Rome. This week, I want to return to the failed gamification attempt with the original carta collectionis mechanic. Why was it a failure? I had believed originally that we tapped into something powerful – theContinue Reading

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Previously I’ve taken Play the Past’s readers through an overview of Operation LAPIS and an in-depth look at the collaborative immersion element that lies at the heart of practomimetic instruction as our UConn team designs it. This week I’m going to walk you through another key component of Operation LAPIS:Continue Reading

Gastric bypass is surgery to help you lose weight if you’re very overweight. It works by making your stomach smaller and bypassing part of your intestines (bowels), so you absorb fewer calories. About gastric bypass surgery Gastric bypass can help you lose up to two-thirds of your excess weight withinContinue Reading