Free lecture for parents: Games are healthy (“Spill er sunt”)

Do your children spend a lot of time in front of the computer? Do you want to know how you can, and should facilitate your children’s gaming?

We invite you to the lecture “Games are healthy.” This lecture is about how gaming can be social, challenging and thrilling. You will also get to know about the exciting possibilities gaming and the gaming industry can offer through education and work opportunities in the future.

The lecture is free for parents of all ages, and will be held at 13:00, 15:00, 17:00 and 19:00 on Wednesday April the 1st.
You’re welcome to come, whether if you’re in Hamar as a driver or just think this sounds exciting. There will unfortunately not be given access to the rest of the event without a valid ticket.
As the event is open to those not participating TG15, the entrance to the auditorium is from the outside.

The speaker is Bernt Erik Sandnes, he has previously given similar talks for kindergartens, elementary and high schools, as well as Helse Midt-Norge. Bernt Erik is also a gaming expert for NTB.

Note: The lecture will be held in Norwegian.

If you want to learn more about Bernt Erik, you can find him on Facebook

Or twitter: @BerntESandnes

To help you further familiarize yourself with gaming, we got a wide range of games that you can try. We'll even have simple competitions and show you what games are good for the whole family.

You can win prizes at the lectures too!