“It is both a development and a research project,” Osterweil told LiveScience. “What we want to see is whether, through this type of activity, kids evince real scientific reasoning.”
Highlights from the CMS 10th anniversary symposium.
From its early days the Comparative Media Studies program has worked with partners from all over MIT. It has collaboration written in its genes.
“From our perspective, the goal was to come up with something the teacher can adopt without taking a big risk.”
The Education Arcade Project Manager Scot Osterweil’s “The Road From Zoombiniville” was the top rated presentation at this year’s Serious Games Summit.
A futuristic race across the country sets the stage for Gung-ho!: A Google Maps Adventure, an Education Arcade game designed to teach students about U.S. Geography.