At the 2019 Winter Conference, RTTP is offering four different "tracks" of concurrent sessions. These include:
- RTTP 101: Intended for newcomers to Reacting, these sessions, moderated by RC Board Members, will give you guidance on basic gamemastering skills and provide insight into RTTP from the student perspective.
- Gaming in Education: Keynoter David Simkins will be offering a variety of different games and approaches to using them in your classroom.
- Advanced Reacting: RC Board Chair Tony Crider will lead a working group on issues of inclusion and accessibility in the RTTP context. For experienced Reactors only.
- OER Game Development: Nick Proctor, chair of the Consortium's Editorial Board and author of several RTTP games, will lead a series of workshops on creating game narratives and designing game mechanisms, as well as a session during which participants will move their game concepts closer to working prototypes. This track begins with a two-hour session on Thursday, January 17, from 6-8pm, and continues through the conference. This track is available for a $50 surcharge, and must be signed up for in advance of the conference.