Science Video Games

In this article in Teaching Exceptional Children, Matthew Marino (University of Central Florida) and four colleagues suggest ways teachers can use video games to teach science content to secondary students with special needs. Here is their list of free, well-designed science games:

“Enhancing Secondary Science Content Accessibility with Video Games” by Matthew Marino, Kathleen Becht, Eleazar Vasquez III, Jennifer Gallup, James Basham, and Benjamin Gallegos in Teaching Exceptional Children, September/October 2014 (Vol. 47, #1, p. 27-34), 

http://tcx.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/07/18/0040059914542762.ab...; Marino can be reached at Matthew.marino@ucf.edu.

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