Esports Ed is all about starting and maintaining your esports team. In this episode, we’ll chat with two Illinois high school esports coaches: Brock Frazier and Marvin Lindsay! Brock is the esports head coach and lead IT technician at Massac USD #1 and Marvin is the esports head coach and the technology support specialist at Sandoval CUSD #501. They’ll talk about starting a team, getting it off the ground, and working with school boards and superintendents. Class is in session, so grab your notebook and learn how to get esports off the ground at your high school.
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HSEL (High School Esports League): www.highschoolesportsleague.com/
IHSA (Illinois High School Association): https://www.ihsa.org/
ICE (Illinois Computing Educators): https://www.iceberg.org/
IETC (Illinois Education and Technology Conference): https://www.il-edtech.org/
IHSEA (Illinois High School Esports Association): https://www.ihsea.org
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