River City Project Looking for Pilot Schools

Just received this via email…thought I would pass it along…:)

The River City Project, a not for profit organization, is actively looking for schools to pilot a new game they have created called River City.

With funding from the National Science Foundation, the River city Project, has developed an interactive computer simulation game for middle grades science students to learn disease transmission and scientific method. River City has the look and feel of a videogame but contains content developed from National Science Education Standards, National Educational Technology Standards, and 21st Century Skills.

Access to the simulation, curricular materials, professional development, and just-in-time assistance are provided free of charge to schools. The current grant is exploring issues of scale, bringing River City to diverse schools across the United States and abroad, and the River city Project is always looking to collaborate with like-minded educators.

Date And Time: Immediately! If you are interested in obtaining a copy of the new game and piloting it, please contact the River City research team immediately for more information.

Location: Visit the River City Project website for more information.

Cost: No cost

How to Register: on website – As you explore their website, the River City Project research team invites you to send them an email rivercity.support@gmail.com with questions, comments or to find out how to get involved.

 

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