Teaching Secondary Science Through Play

This book provides broad support for using games in middle and high school science classes including Earth science/living environment, biology, chemistry, and physics. The lesson plans and resources support a play-based approach to evolution, ecosystems, cellular organisms, elements and compounds, and vector motion. Though easy to learn, the included games provide detailed scientific accuracy allowing complex simulations and immersive learning experiences. Games: Evolution. Dominic Crapuchettes, Dmitry Knorre, Sergey Machin. North Star Games, 2014. Strain. Avrom Tobias. HungryRobot, 2011. Compounded. Darell Louder. Dice Hate Me Games, 2013. Bolide. Alfredo Genovese. Rio Grande Games, 2005.

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