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People often ask me "When teaching, what are the most important things you want your students to walk away with?" I have spent much time thinking about this question and this is my answer.
I would like my students to realize their importance within the creative class and the significance in contributing economically and innovatively to the larger society. I also make my students aware that interactive art and games have a tremendous ability to communicate to a larger audience and this gives them great power and with this power there is great responsibility. I teach them that concept is the compass for art produced in an interactive and game medium, that entertainment and conceptual depth are not mutually exclusive and that art can change the world.
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