In August, 2015, we presented at the Games in Education Symposium. Our topic for this presentation was the work we did in Spring, 2015, putting tabletop game design into a high school. We learned a lot about backwards engineering, empathetic design, and creative compromise, and it is clear to us that game design, particularly for tabletop, holds a lot of potential as a way for students to learn many important skills.
The slideshow goes over the course itself, what we learned, and how other teachers can replicate the program at low cost.
You can get a copy of our slides here.