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Want to Design Science Video Games?

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

We need you! FAS Educational Technology Program is collaborating with Muzzy Lane Software to create a series of video games that help middle school students and teachers prepare for middle school science proficiency exams.  The collaboration is intended to draw in teachers, students, game designers and anyone interested to contributing to the design of the […]

Where to find Science Games.

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Here is the list of science games that we are continuously updating for you. Flash Games played over the web: MedMyst (about hunting down infectious diseases) CSI:The Experience (just like the show, only you need to use your own brain!) N-Squad You take on the role of a forensic scientist, solving crimes and investigating mysterious […]

E.O. Wilson says Games are the future of Education

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

Dr. E. O. Wilson is interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition by Will Wright, the creator of the video game, The Sims.  Dr. Wilson is Professor Emeritus (retired) at Harvard. You can listen to the interview on NPR’s website. At the beginning of the interview, E. O. Wilson says that games are the future of education.  […]

Making Molecular Biology Video Games!

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

McKinley Technology High School students, and other students from across Washington, DC, learned to make their own video games this summer, using a program called Game Maker.  They also learned to create their own 3D images. What kind of games dis they make?   What kinds of objects did they model? Well, this summer at […]

Science on Video

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

The Virtual Science Fair…… The ability to convey scientific concepts in an engaging way is important. Our society and government, every company and every family must address problems of molecular science every day… No, really, we do! How does chemical pollution kill animals? Why is heating food in a microwave bad for us? No one […]

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