Teacher Resource Center: Add Games into Your Classroom
posted by: Ruthie | June 13, 2014, 07:40 PM   

Mangahigh.com
– Mangahigh.com features high quality math games for your students.  It takes setting up an account and buying membership, but we think the price is worth it (Not sure if you can afford it?  Try applying for one of our scholarships & grants).

Board Games in PowerPoint
– The University of Wisconsin maintains a publically accessible web page with PowerPoint templates for different types of games.  They’re easy to grab, download, and modify for your own needs.

Purpose Games
– Purpose games is a website that allows educators to create and share games that they’ve created.  You can browse what other educators have done, create your own game, or join a tournament.

Adventure Game Studio
– This nifty little program allows anyone to create an adventure style game.  You can create one for your students to play, or have a more advanced class make their own game.

The Institute of Play
– The Institute of Play is devoted to bringing more games into the classroom.  Their website is filled with all sorts of resources that teachers can use to make more use of games and gaming.

Histrionix
– Histrionix is a company that built a social studies themed gamed for students called Historia.  Along with Historia, they have resources designed by teachers for use in the classroom.

Games in Education Resources Wiki
– This is a wiki site that curates the best educational game resources and information.  It’s a must visit for anyone looking to introduce more gaming into their class.

 

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