The Radix Endeavor

The Radix Endeavor is a multiplayer online game for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning in high school.

The game is funded by the Gates Foundation, and under development at the MIT Education Arcade in collaboration with Filament Games. The initial phase will cover topics in biology, algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics, providing students with a collaborative, social experience in a systems-based game world where they can explore how the world works and discover important scientific concepts.  

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Radix Team to Host Webinar, "Using Multiplayer Games in the High School Classroom"

On March 13, 2014 at 3:30 PM ET, MIT Researchers will host a webinar to discuss how their new game, The Radix Endeavor can be used to support high school math and biology instruction. They will talk about the benefits of role-playing and immersive virtual environments in general and more specifically about how teachers can start using The Radix Endeavor in their classrooms. High school math and biology teachers are encouraged to attend.
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Biograph - A Complex Systems Lens
What is Biograph?
Biograph is a collaborative learning opportunity based on an NSF-funded, multi-year research study being carried out by the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program and the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education.The goal of Biograph is to improve introductory biology learning at the high school level by introducing complex systems topics as a unifying theme and encouraging students to interact with agent-based computer models designed to ‘bring to life’ complex systems ideas in biology. It is our hypothesis that this improved curriculum will, ultimately, better prepare students for college level instruction, and help to address common misconceptions in the biological sciences.

FREE WEBINAR: Massively Multiplayer Online Games As Effective Tools For Education - Why and How

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During this online session, Jody Clarke-Midura, EdD and Susannah Gordon-Messer, PhD presented how massively multiplayer online games (MMO's) have the potential to enable science experiences that allow students to engage in inquiry, problem solving, and experimentation.  

Radix Team to Present at NSTA in San Antonio

Education Arcade and Scheller Teacher Education Program staff, Susannah Gordon-Messer and Louisa Rosenheck, present The Radix Endeavor, a multi-player online game for STEM learning where students immerse themselves in MIT's game world and perform quests applying biology and math skills and teachers receive real-time teacher feedback about student learning. Marriott Riverwalk, Alamo Salon E.
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Radix Team Launches Design Blog, Pinterest Board

The Radix Team is busy at work developing the world and quests that will ultimately become the Massively Multi-Player Online (MMO) game and interactive learning environment supporting high school math and biology instruction.  As if that is not enough, the team has recently launched a Pinterest Board and design blog that will allow us to see the game come to life.  Visit the Pinterest Board to see the graphical concepts evolve. Subscribe to the team’s design blog to follow them as they grapple with critical design questions including which standards to address, how long to make each quest, and how to address the role of free play.