Webinar Alert: Getting Game, an Inside Look at Educational Game Development

Wednesday, December 14th
4:30 PM EDT
Duration: 1 Hour

From BrainPOP Educators to ed tech conferences everywhere, you’ve heard the buzz about games in the classroom. Now, take a look at the roots of those games. What’s the development process like? What key ingredients ensure their success? Would you and your students make good game beta-testers? Allisyn Levy and the team from BrainPOP partner Filament Games host.


  • Courtney Potter

    The games seem like a great supplement to add to our schedule in computer lab!

  • sdimas

    I love that these games have an educational objective and they target a variety of gamers.

  • Courtney Potter

    The games seem like a great supplement for our schedule in computer lab!

  • jeniferw1

    I love to implement games to get students engaged. I have viewed several webinars, including this one, what will help them become more tied to educational objectives.

  • mylamccoy

    It is hard to find tools to use in the classroom that will attract high school students, but this one would definitely grab the attention of the older students. Students like to have fun, and gaming is a way to do it. As long as there is an educational connection with a clear objective, I am willing to try whatever it takes to keep my students engaged. Thank you for the information. :-)