Jeremiah McCall, Ph.D, teaches secondary history at Cincinnati Country Day School. He has been involved in the study and use of simulation games in history education for nearly a decade and is a frequent presenter on the topic at teaching conferences including Education Arcade and Games and Learning Society.
"One of the most comprehensive resources I have found. Whether providing a rationale for parents and administrators to actual lesson plans, this book is 'one stop shopping' for digital game use in the social studies classroom." --Phillip J. VanFossen, James F. Ackerman Professor of Social Studies Education and Director, Ackerman Center for Democratic Citizenship, College of Education, Purdue University "Jeremiah McCall provides a compelling argument for integrating historical simulations in the secondary history classroom. The reader will come away with a true appreciation and understanding of why simulation games are efficacious pedagogical strategies/technologies for teaching students." --D. Antonio CantA', Professor and Chair of Teacher Education, Bradley University