Eco in schools
ens19 last edited by
Hi people I am a science teacher in New Zealand. I have been watching the development of this game for a while and I am really excited by it. I have put a proposal forward to my principle that we use this game in our school. I am looking for anyone else who is already using the game in their school, preferably in NZ. We are interested in learning how you have implemented it to benefit your staff and students.
mrl last edited by
Ens, that is my question too, this game appears to be not yet mature enough to have anything to offer. Are their "Creative Mode" features that a teacher could set up the world in certain ways and build lessons around it prior to students entering the game/lesson/adventure the teacher has created. This game appears to be too long running to fit into any reasonable classroom lesson plan aside from devoting many many hours of time to the game to get any benefit.