History Comes to Life Through Educational Video Games

(Ages 9+)


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What Students & Teachers are Saying About Us

My class has been using Game Learning video games in our classroom for a couple of years now and it’s so rewarding to see my students excited about History and learning. They love playing the games and competing with each other using the scoreboard. More than that, hey really are learning through the games and interacting with historical characters and themes. I am able to witness this not just through observations and discussions with my students, but I can see their progress from the teacher dashboard as well. I highly recommend these history-based educational video games. It's important to bring history alive!

Samantha HillisU.S. History, Speech/Debate, and Leadership Teacher

If more schools and after school programs utilized video games to make learning fun, every one of the youths would be invested in learning. The world is changing, so should the way we teach and engage with youth. This is a great step forward.

Carlos BaltazarBoys & Girls Club

It was very exciting to see how enthusiastic my students were to learn about history!

Sarah PerkinsLarchmont Charter School

This rocks!

Lucy HermanAge 10, Student

The game is good. It’s really intensive.

Keith PluymersPostdoctoral Fellow, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Caltech University

The game teaches a lot about food, clothing, shelter in pre-modern conditions, particularly in a frontier setting; there’s some inherent drama in getting things figured out before winter. It was fun and, if I let myself, I could probably get sucked into it for far longer than I should.

Dave NeumannAssistant Professor, Education and Integrative Studies, Cal Poly Pomona; Former Director of the History Project at CSU Long Beach

Game Learning Not Only Makes Learning History Fun But Also...

State & National Standard Aligned
Hardware agonistic
Teacher Dashboard with Student Analytics
LTI & LMS integration
Single Sign-On (SSO)
In-Game assessments