When All Schools Have a Video Game Curriculum, What Should the Classes Be?

Video Game Curriculum

About a month ago, a school in New York launched a curriculum based on playing games.

Select sixth graders can look forward to playing video games such as “Little Big Planet” and “Civilization,” as well as non-digital games ranging from role-playing scenarios to board games and card games

New York City education officials certainly hope that the school can represent the tip of a “transformative” revolution, according to Metropolis. Q2L will start with sixth graders and add a grade each year until it reaches the high school senior level

Sounds pretty awesome to me.   But what classes should be offered in this new curriculum?  Luckily we have some nice suggestions for you.

We’d like to thank the members of Something Awful for coming up with these

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum

Video Game Curriculum



  • Madison

    You can’t think Halo multiplayer without thinking teabagging. Nice.