Hey guys, just joined the community here and thought I'd run an idea by you.
Educational video games (specifically simulation-based learning) lead to improved engagement, problem solving skills, and learning outcomes for students. I want to help educators harness this powerful tool.
I'm looking into forming a non-profit that helps teachers bring video games to the classroom.
Specifically, we would provide K-12 teachers with:
I know this might be a little different for this community since this is a non-profit, but looking for feedback on the concept as well as any ideas on how to effectively make connections with teachers and schools.