Posts tagged #science games

GSL 123: From Gamer Scientist to Scientist Game Designer


John Coveyou of Genius Games joins Kathleen Mercury to talk about his games, how he designs them, and how teachers and libraries can use them in the classroom.

This episode is posted a few days early so you have the chance to check out the Nerd Words Kickstarter campaign before it has ended.

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John Coveyou, former science teacher at the middle, high, and collegiate levels, formed Genius Games to bring scientifically accurate and fun games to the classroom.


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Posted on April 8, 2019 and filed under Game Design.

GSL 84: Grandmother Fish

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In Games in Schools and Libraries 84 Jonathan Tweet joins Donald Dennis to discuss evolution science activities for schools and libraries.

Grandmother Fish: a child’s first book of Evolution is a story time activity book which engages a young child’s imagination with sounds and motions that imitate animals, in particular our direct ancestors.

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Clades is an animal-matching game based on evolutionary relationships.

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Posted on November 24, 2017 .