Educator Resources for Cell Command

In Cell Command, students embark on a series of exciting missions aboard a microscopic “cell ship.” At the outset, students operate a single station (e.g., the ribosome station), but eventually command all the ship’s functions (e.g., duplication, membrane, mitochondria, golgi complex) simultaneously. Successfully completing missions (e.g., mitigating the “cellular crises” that emerge when wounds need healing or muscles need flexing) earns “cell experience” that allows students to upgrade their cell ship, their skills as commander, and the skills of their crew.