"My daughter Jazmyn, a sixth grader in Los Angeles, had fallen behind in math and was extremely discouraged. Being the mother to a student struggling with math is frustrating. Jazmyn is a visual learner, and the "standardized" system has left her confused and disengaged. Knowing that Jazmyn loved games, I decided to investigate a game-based approach for her math instruction. I found Educade.org…
To successfully support students we need to transform the culture of learning. Game-based and hands-on learning programs motivate and engage students in the classroom using teaching tools that are effective, relevant, and promote 21st century skills such as problem solving and collaboration.
Educade is a free to use website for teachers and parents that features lesson plans integrated…Read More
So cool! Educade.org is featured in The Wall Street Journal article "Now Teachers Encourage Computer Games in Class" which recognizes the…Read More
Great picture to accompany our update today. Here's a snapshot of a student playfully learning about math elements such as measurement and…Read More
I am from, Guwahati, India. I am pained to see children of poor parents working as child labors or begging instead of going to school where free education and midday meal is provided by the Govt. I could persuade some parents to send their children to schools. In few cases I have paid admission…Read More
Enjoy seeing game-based learning and hands-on activities in action!
The CREATE TAXONOMIES WITH POPPLET lesson plan was created by GameDesk as part of a taxonomy module, but it can be applied to any classroom…Read More