School of Gaming's goals are quite well encapsulated in the term digital citizenship. A good digital citizen possesses the necessary digital skills and attributes to succeed in the future world and to make it a better place for others as well.
Discover the diverse world of Minecraft game modes - survival and creative. Survival mode offers excitement and challenges as players gather resources and battle monsters, while creative mode unleashes limitless building possibilities. Learn which mode suits your child's playstyle best and how to navigate online gaming safely. Find out how to engage with the Minecraft community with the help of School of Gaming for shared experiences and building challenges.
At School of Gaming we believe in the power of play and games. Fun factor is an important ingredient in motivation to learn. Minecraft Education Edition is exactly that. A motivating and fun tool to learn new things.
Discord, known for its robust features that cater to gaming communities, offers a unique blend of communication, collaboration, and community-building tools. Read more to understand why Discord is the chosen platform for School of Gaming.
School of Gaming's esports gamers will once test their gaming skills in the Rocket League and Overwatch tournaments in February. Free registration for all SOG Gamers with or without a team.
Minecraft age rating? Fortnite age rating? Where can you find the correct age rating of different games?
School of Gaming's principal gamer, Mikko Perälä, was part of the workshop crafting EU Council policy recommendations for education and training in digital skills across the member states. In this article he reports his insights directly from the EU workshop.
Hear from expat parents about the positive impact of online gaming on their children's native language proficiency. When a child's circle of friends is international, and the lingua franca is English or another dominant language, the language spoken with parents may deteriorate. That's where online gaming can help.
Game Festival celebrated the end of semester and brings gamer projects to the limelight. Amazing projects are on display once more. Event is streamed live in Youtube.
In educational gaming, Minecraft stands out for nurturing vital cognitive skills in young learners by not only crafting virtual worlds but also shaping young minds. In this post you will learn why we chose Minecraft and why you should choose School of Gaming.
There are two types of screen time: passive screen time and active screen time. Both can have either positive or negative effects on children, depending on the content itself, who they share the screen time with, and the purpose of the screen time.
Get valuable tips for new gamer parents, addressing common challenges and finding the right balance between gaming and other responsibilities.
Explore the importance of parental involvement in gaming and discover how understanding your child's gaming preferences can lead to meaningful conversations and balanced gaming rules at home.
Discover how gaming can be a stress-relief strategy for kids, supporting their mental health and promoting social interaction, especially during challenging times like wars and pandemic.
Strengthen family ties through the power of family gaming. Learn how to connect with your child, whether you're a seasoned gamer or a newcomer, and create lasting memories together.
School of Gaming celebrates the end of school year by organizing Game Festival for all it's gamers. Everyone get a chance to showcase their projects and best ones received glory and awards. And of course everyone got their picture taken in the famous yellow carpet.