- Do you want to engage students in learning?
- Do you want to channel students’ interest in games into learning experiences?
, created by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, offers individual and collaborative math games.
, the official Web site of the Nobel Prize, offers educational games with themes in the prize categories—physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace and economics.
offers interactive games for students to learn skills in educational topics. PBS Teachers
supports teachers in using these games, which are organized by grade level, and provides resources, professional development and Web 2.0 collaborative features.
is a virtual world where students play games, interact with famous characters of cultural and historical significance, and go on Quests that span the world.
, an educational technology blogs, has a list of “60 educational game sites that you’ve probably never seen.”