|Name: Eduardo Nunes||Project Name: Liber Domus|
|Tel / mobile no. 00351 910978666||LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eduardonunes83/|
|Project type: Commercial||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Project tags: games design, game testing, learning design, prototyping, educational games|
Kendir Studios, located in Porto, Portugal, emerged as a startup from a research project named Schoolers and Scholars. The project aims at the development of individual games for each year’s school curriculum for a different subject, for K12 students. Games will have the form of a 3D massive role playing game (MRPG) with multiplayer and single player elements. Each game will have story elements and game mechanisms which blend with educational contents, turning the learning experience into an immersive and fun experience.
Currently one of the games being developed is Liber Domus, the game for mathematics for 6th year and the project team will be creating contents for both Portuguese and UK Schools.
|What kind of help am I looking for?
I want to find 6th grade mathematics teachers that can assist with the relation between educational contents and the game structure, which means that those who accept will be in constant contact with the developers and worldbuilders/storytellers to make sure the educational contents and exercises are the necessary to meet the school curricula.
Additionally, I want to find 6th grade mathematics teachers and/or school administrators in K12 who would be willing to test my prototype in their classroom once the game is partially and then fully developed to identify impacts in schools, problems with use, and so on.
Teachers should be comfortable with using software and point-and-click games
Work will be done remotely, software will be provided online.
|Any other information:
Teachers who participate in this project (up to two for the development phase and up to twelve in the prototype phase) will receive a lifetime access to all the K12 maths games developed from the 1st and 6th year, for them and their classrooms (up to 30 students, which can be changed yearly according to each teacher’s classroom).