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April 2018

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New grant from the National Science Foundation

The National Science Foundation has awarded Triseum a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant to conduct research and development on its Variant™ calculus game series. More information can be found in this news article.

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Do games teach?

Triseum CEO Andre Thomas looks back on the questions that keep coming up at conferences he attends. “Do games teach?” is one of the most frequent questions he receives. Read more in this article.

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Five myths dispelled about game-based learning 

Many people have a hard time even considering the idea that video games could be an important educational tool. After all, video games are often thought of as entertainment, and even those of us who enjoy playing don’t often think of them as an educational tool.   There are also a number of myths about the effects of video games that lead many to believe that they cannot be used to educate.

Educational video games are trying to replace teachers

Hardly. Game-based learning is not aimed at replacing teachers, but at providing them a powerful tool to enhance instruction. Game-based learning can help students grasp the content by allowing them to interact with complex concepts that would otherwise appear abstract.

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STEM Discovery Week webinar

Triseum is a proud sponsor of STEM Discovery Week which celebrates careers and studies in STEM throughout Europe and runs from April 22 to April 29. In the run-up to the campaign week, European Schoolnet and Triseum will be hosting a joint webinar, "A Game Changer! Motivating and Engaging Students with Game-Based Learning,” on April 13 at 17:00 CEST.  Find out more here.

Instructor Testimonial  

I didn't fully grasp the magnitude of the game's impact beyond the subject matter, especially when it came to foreign language competency.  ARTé: Mecenas empowered my students to act on multiple curiosities.

- Anita Steich of the Technical School of Hotel Management and Catering Industry in Toruń, Poland

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