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Announcing the first keynote speakers!
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This year's Games for Change Festival offers three tracks, each with their own lineup of stellar speakers: Games for Learning, Neurogaming & Health, and Civics & Social Issues.
Games for Learning
Hear from emerging leaders in game-based learning, including a keynote by Magic Leap's Chief Game Wizard Graeme Devine and a panel on VR in the classroom featuring Valve, Google Education, and Blippar. Then go hands-on with Minecraft Education, includification advocates AbleGamers, and the live-action roleplayers at Classcraft in our workshops.
Neurogaming & Health
Take a deep dive into the interactive experiences that aim to improve our brains and bodies. NeuroSky CEO Stanley Yang breaks down the history of NeuroSky biosensors, from their Star Wars Force Trainer and beyond. Six to Start CEO and founder Adrian Hon presents his studio's ongoing work in health apps and their game Zombies, Run!, which boasts 2.5 million players.
Civics & Social Issues
This track highlights games' ability to engage with concerns around social justice and responsible citizenship. Girl Scouts CEO Anna Maria Chávez speaks about encouraging girls in STEM and video games. Feminist Frequency managing editor Carolyn Petit, who collaborates on the Tropes vs. Women in Video Games series and reviews games from a feminist perspective, delivers our annual State of the Industry.
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