Posted by: rhuntley
November 13, 2010 |
The NSTeens team at the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children came to us a few months back with an idea for a game to teach a range of strategies for dealing with cyber bullying. Taking inspiration from a popular game the simple idea was that players would need to deploy a range of weapons, which represented the strategies, in order to protect their school from a Zombie invasion.
Another major project we have been working on for Six Red Marbles this year has gone live.
The Maths Galaxy introduces kids to a fun, intuitive learning path through basic math concepts and procedures. Kids are put in control of progressing at their own pace and the avatar character supports them through an Adaptive Curriculum Engine when they need support or advancement.
We have been working on the Image Explorer application for almost a year now and it has finally gone live. Developed on behalf of Six Red Marbles as one of their trio of self funded projects:
It is a fun, whole‑brain learning adventure. It encourages children to make their own discoveries by probing, investigating, and following their intuition and natural curiosity. It's full of opportunities for children to creatively express themselves and show what they've learned"