I've written plenty about teachers who are using video game design to teach their students about STEM. Tomorrow from 4:15-5:15 p.m. EST, representatives from Changing the Game, the Cooney Center, Get Game Smart, PBS Kids, and more will be joining me to talk about youth game design, game-based learning, and the National STEM Video Game Challenge.
Every 10 minutes, a randomly selected participant will receive a prize, including one Xbox Kinect. To register, follow @jason_koebler and @changingthegame. You can join tweetchat.com/room/STEMChat, or tweet with the hashtag #STEMchat to participate.
To learn more about STEM game design, check out these articles:
- Competition Promotes Digital Gaming in the Classroom
- National Academy of Science Awards Grant to Game Design Group
- Game Design Engages Students in STEM
To learn more about tomorrow's chat, check out the official information and rules page.