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How can mysterious tardigrades help your students learn how to think in systems? Water Bears EDU is a 3D puzzle game that gives students hands-on experience with Systems Thinking concepts.
Each puzzle starts with a set of water bears that are sad, dehydrated, and desperately in need of some water! Players use pipes, along with spatial reasoning, color mixing, and systems-thinking skills, to redirect the water until all of the water bears are hydrated and happy.
Check out the video teaser below:
Water Bears EDU was built by Schell Games in collaboration with the Creativity Labs at Indiana University, and is based on a prototype funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
The game comes with real-time reports, a teacher’s guide, and sample lesson plans that can easily complement or supplement your existing curriculum. The game launched on March 23, 2015, and is available through GlassLab Games.
Original Post/ GlassLab Games