Super cool challenge for educators, but also for student teams.
The National STEM Video Game Challenge was launched in partnership with Digital Promise, a new initiative created by President Obama and Congress, supported through the U.S. Department of Education. The initiative is designed to unlock the promise of breakthrough technologies to transform teaching and learning.
Entrants compete for:
- Funds: a pool of $40k in seed money for the refinement, research, marketing and distribution of your game
- Research: The Joan Ganz Cooney Center research team will work with the winners to identify potential scalable outcomes of the submission
- Expertise: Additional advice will be offered from industry experts
- Publicity: Recognition in press, online channels and select publications
Entry deadline: March 12, 2012