Monthly Archives: November 2015


7 Generation Games has been invited by the Department of Education to exhibit at the Ed Games Expo in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 9. The Expo brings together the best educational games that have been funded by Small Business Innovation Research grants. We’re incredibly excited to be participating and proud to […]

7 Generation Games Invited to Participate In Ed Games Expo






Going through our archives, we came across this great post from June 12, 2012 “I Have No Trouble Finding Latino Staff Members – Proof There Isn’t a Level Playing Field” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around.  When I send bills to clients, […]

Throwback Thursday: I Have No Trouble Finding Latino Staff Members ...






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Going through our archives, we came across this great post from October 10, 2012 “Six Start-Up Lessons from Martial Arts” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around. Twenty-eight years ago, I won the world judo championships. Unlike almost everyone else who accomplishes that […]

Throwback Thursday: Six Start-Up Lessons from Martial Arts



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Annie Hammond offers insight from an educator’s perspective on educational gaming. A new school year is a fresh start for teachers and students…right? Of course it is! That is until the previous year’s testing results arrive. Just when teachers and students are putting one year behind them, and looking forward […]

A Teacher’s Point of View: “And The Results are In…”



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Happy Freebie Friday the 13th! Seeing as this is Native American Heritage Month, we know many students and teachers are learning about different tribes and customs. 7 Generation Games encourages that education and to help, today’s #FreebieFriday gift are two videos on the Dakota. The YouTube videos cover the essential […]

Freebie Friday: Native American Videos on the Dakota People