Students Learn Math Creating Video Games

Rather than just playing with computers and hand held devices, students learn math creating video games, as Jeany Jasme recently found out. His idea for the creation of a video game was “sin city cliche slash superhero,” game.  “It has everything...

Games and Connected Learning

There’ a strong relationship between games and connected learning that have strong applications in the classroom.  Sixth grade students at Quest to Learn, a New York City public school, recently got a two-week break from regular class work to build a giant Rube...

How Video Games Help Teachers Personalize Instruction

Looking for ways to use video games for more personalized instruction? Video games in the classroom can help teachers personalize instruction and quickly access data that can be used to inform instruction, writes Vicki Phillips, director of College-Ready Education at...