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Skild Supported STEM Video Game Challenge Announces 2013 Winners

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center and E-Line Media have announced the winners for the third annual STEM Video Game Challenge.  This competition (run on the Skild platform) invited students from middle schools (grades 5-8) and high schools (grades 9-12) to design video games that uniquely address science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).  This year, there were nearly 4,000 submissions.  Check...

Vote on Your Favorite STEM Video Game

Cooney Center Prizes opens community voting for the National STEM Video Game Challenge

If you have a chance, check out the great list of STEM Video Games posted on the Cooney Center Prizes site. It’s great to see so many good ideas for STEM learning come out of the National STEM Video Game Challenge. You can vote on your favorite projects, share them with your friends and colleagues, and...

Get Your Game On: Register for the National STEM Video Game Challenge!

National STEM Video Game Challenge Open for Applications!

The first annual National STEM Video Game Challenge is now open for applications. This nationwide challenge invites game makers big and small to show their passion for playing and making video games. This competition aims to motivate children’s interests in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).

The Developer Prize...

Answering the Call for Increased STEM Awareness and Literacy

Is America finally “Rising Above the Storm” to confront a new era of Global Competitiveness?

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