Township—The Board Game
Abstract:An innovative board game called Township has been created to facilitate student recruitment. An overview of the recruitment dilemma and current student recruitment efforts is presented. The need for a way to interest potential students and help motivate teachers to invite recruiters to the classroom is discussed. The Township Game conception, description, marketing, play, and potential usefulness as an educational recruitment tool are discussed. The game recreates the early settlement of public land within a township. Historically based trivia questions are included. As many as seven players try to increase their land holdings by pursuing good trading relationships and practice, and concurrently gaining an understanding of what made this country great and of the vital role played by the surveyor in its economic development.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2010
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