21st: Critical Thinking:
Students learn critical thinking skills when they engage in communities while playing MMORPG games like world of warcraft.
Teaching students games like Space Engineers and Planet Coaster gives them the freedom of creativity, building, visualizing multitasking, and more.
21st: Communication skills:
We train communication skills in all parts of esports: before gaming, when the team/class works out their expectation alignment; when gaming, in making the team work together; and after gaming, in evaluating the team performance and goals. We train in pairs, groups, tournaments, physical events, online events, and more, all of which enhance students’ communication skills.
Teaching games like Counter-Strike, Valheim, League of Legends, and Fortnite teaches students to live problem-solving. We practice pre-gaming planning and analyzing and teach in-game problem-solving and past-game evaluating.
When teaching games like World of Warcraft, Counter-Strike, or League of Legends, the students practice their perseverance by letting students make their game strategies and define their roles in that strategies. Self-discipline, planning, adaptability, and initiative are vital to creating a great game strategy.
21st: Collaboration, social skills, and social responsibility
When teaching almost every multiplayer game, from FIFA to Fortnite to Call of Duty, students learn to work together, analyze plans and strategies, and work toward a common goal. They learn that they can only be successful when working with others. Problem-solving strategies and team relations became the only way to succeed.
21st: Media, information, digital literacy and technology, and innovative skills
When teaching students how to build the best computers, master a certain game or situation, or create a great event or tournament, they learn how to access, consume, and evaluate tons of data and information to succeed with their task.
21st: Global awareness
When we teach students about the development of gaming and esports and the current and future growth and state of mind across the globe, students learn how to put themselves and their situation in a global perspective.
When we teach students anything about any game or event, we always evaluate and coach the students to evaluate themselves and each other as well. In esports and gaming, things move quickly, so being able to constantly question yourself and find your own way becomes the norm.