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Games for Change: Teacher Resources

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We all know how much kids love games. But do you know how much games can impact learning?

Both game playing and game making are proven to build STEM skills and 21st-century learning essential for success (and careers) in today’s connected world. Games motivate students by making content relevant, immersive and compelling. Games require kids to think strategically and solve complex problems, “fail fast” and collaborate across disciplines. And perhaps most importantly, games help teachers make learning irresistible!

Use the resources below to learn more about the power of games for learning, teaching game design, and how you can use games and game making in your classroom or at home.