Digital curriculum and content development company Words & Numbers mentioned one of our serious games, Stories in Motion, in their recent blog post about the Entertainment Software Association’s (ESA) Ed Games Expo, held on September 3, 2014:
“Another interesting game on the horizon is 3C Institute’s Stories in Motion, which helps autistic elementary-school students learn and practice social skills in a positive environment, then build on those skills by working with other students face-to-face.”
At the Expo, 3C Institute senior researcher Deb Childress showcased Stories in Motion and CEO Melissa DeRosier gave a demo of Zoo U, a serious game that assesses and teaches social skills.
Geared toward game developers and educators, the Expo featured games developed by more than a dozen organizations, ranging from long-established institutions to start-ups. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education (DOE), the event focused on games funded by the DOE and other government agencies.
Expo attendees were able to try out multi-platform products on phones, tablets, laptops, TVs, projectors, and even a handheld Game Boy.
Learn more by reading the blog post.
Learn more about Stories in Motion and Zoo U: