Want to learn more about the Center for Game Science and how we used DragonBox Adaptive to help K-12 graders in Washington state learn to enjoy math? Check out the feature on Wired!
Play at Work: How Games Inspire Breakthrough Thinking
Check out “Play at Work: How Games Inspire Breakthrough Thinking” for an insightful new look at how games of all varieties are helping us learn, create, and innovate.
Eleanor O’Rourke, Ph.D. student at CGS, has a new article featured on Brainpop discussing how “A Growth Mindset Reward Structure Boosts Player Persistence.”
Click over to learn more about this exciting research and how we’re using brainpoints to reward kids for their effort and use of strategy in the latest version of Refraction.
Computer games + math = fun and learning in schools
Check out this Seattle Times article from higher-education reporter Katherine Long to learn how CGS is working to make games more effective at teaching math.
Foldit player visits UW!
Today we had a special visit to the Center for Game Science and Baker Lab here at the University of Washington from Foldit player and #2 ranked global soloist gmn! We had a great time swapping stories and talking shop.
Thanks for stopping by, gmn! Come back and see us again soon.