Ever thought about using video games in your classroom? We have. Not just any games, either - the exact same games your students are playing at home. These are the world's greatest games, and we help teachers get the best out of them, handpicked and supercharged for school with lesson plans and learning analytics.
Over 90% of children in the U.S. play games, so you probably don’t need us to tell you how engaging they are. Not all games are created equal, though - the kind we love turn real-life phenomena into challenging gameplay. Want to get the rocket you built off the ground? You’d better start doing the math!
Our games are not simple time-killers or extracurriculars. They are designed to easily connect to your curriculum, with the help of lesson plans and analytics created by our very own team of teachers. With our pedagogical toolkit, TeacherGaming Desk, you’ll never feel lost. Learn More!
We believe games can be used to teach anything. All you need to do is to find the right game, and we’re here to help you with that! Our 30+ games and 150+ hours of lesson content cover a broad range of K-12 subjects and topics, and more are constantly being added. See the games!
Not ours. We’re familiar with the realities of school budgeting, so all of our games are available to educational institutions at a deeply discounted price when compared to mainstream marketplaces. We also support purchase orders and paper checks, unlike GameStop!
Even though #HourOfCode2017 and #CSEdWeek are finished, how do my Gr.3 students want to spend the last hour of the afternoon before Winter Break? Practice more coding with Switch & Glitch!
Slick interface, kids are able to log in easily. We've only used Stranded and Switch and Glitch units so far - but they've been brilliant.
Doing some Democracy 3 to help kids understand the complexities of keeping the peace during the Antebellum period of US History @TeacherGaming #jsarocks
The ultimate island play off on Standed @TeacherGaming - boys v girls to make the best island. Girls winning so far!
#HourofCode with 7th Grade Tech. Students are coding in Switch & Glitch and thinking like programmers! Thanks for the suggestion, @crscienceteach! #proudTBApanther @tbafcs @FrklEdTech
I am @TeacherGaming follower number 1000 ... checking out their learning experiences aka games. Wicked Cool. Glad to have had the opportunity to chat with them @FETC #fetc
@KerbalSpaceP forced me (willingly) to learn Rocket Science and advanced mathematics. Easily in my top 3 games ever played.
Definitely worth checking out. It has the rigor necessary to make some pretty amazing learning experiences. #kerbal
1st grade superstar teams programming with "Switch & Glitch" @codeorg . TY for awesome coding activities.
3rd Grader: Can I do this at home? Me: ABSOLUTELY! 😍We ❤ @TeacherGaming Switch & Glitch#HourofCode at @PalmerLakeElem #PLTweets
@TeacherGaming Getting ready for our free Hour of Code lessons this week with Switch and Glitch! the second discussion point on here has to be my favourite part of any lesson plan I have ever, ever read:
Checking out the new resource, Switch & Glitch from @codeorg. Our favorite features are the graphics and multiplayer capabilities! @hourofcode