Tech for Good: Level Up Student Success Using Game Psychology

What if the same strengths naturally used in game play could help you achieve epic wins in everyday life?
Join us for a fun & interactive workshop featuring Keith Wakeman, CEO of SuperBetter. SuperBetter is recognized as a global leader in using the science of games to improve real lives.
Keith will discuss challenges of traditional approaches to behavior change and introduce a mental framework that uses game psychology to empower individuals to be stronger, happier & braver. Published studies show the framework to be effective for increasing resilience and reducing anxiety & depression. During the workshop you’ll learn & practice techniques to build mental, social, emotional & physical well-being. 


This event is Citizenship Passport credit-eligible.


The "Tech for Good" workshop series at Northern Illinois University, College of Business and Office of Innovation challenges the prevailing narrative that technology is solely responsible for societal ills and environmental degradation. Through interactive workshops, it showcases how technology, when developed and applied ethically and responsibly, can be a powerful force for positive transformative change. Topics covered include design thinking, digital entrepreneurship, ethical leadership, and innovation in action. The series addresses valid concerns around tech's impacts and equips students with strategies to mitigate potential harms while inspiring them to use technology as a potent force for good. Ultimately, it aims to cultivate a new generation of tech-savvy innovators committed to making a meaningful difference in the world.

Tuesday, April 23 at 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

De La Vega Innovation Lab, Barsema Hall 204 740 Garden Rd, Dekalb, IL 60115

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