COMMERCIAL PRESENTATION League for a Green Future is an online science educational program targeted to students in grades 3- 8. The program is driven by the model of ‘learning through
League for a Green Future is an online science educational program targeted to students in grades 3- 8. The program is driven by the model of ‘learning through play’ and consists of competitions on developing the best solutions for tough environmental problems. Teachers and schools can use it as an online program to support science education and environmental literacy. League for a Green Future provides real-world science-related activities and fun online learning games about nature and climate action, and is aligned to science curricula for grades 3-8. The combination of online social engagement and game-based learning will motivate students with their remote science classes without compromising social distancing.
If you are teaching remotely, we have prepared a comprehensive package to let you take the program and run like a pro from day 1. Starting from an assignment pre-made to fit for the Learning Management System (LMS) you are using, you can start the program with a few clicks to invite your students to join the program. Just sign in with your LMS IDs, get your students excited with the competition, monitor their progress from our teacher dashboard, and mark their work in your LMS.
Register for our upcoming webinar where we will walk you through League for a Green Future and demonstrate the ease of set-up and implementation of this program. The first 50 registered attendees who attend the webinar will receive a free license worth $399.99 each
Jane Ji is an award-winning game designer and producer. In tandem with her team, she created the award-winning kids mobile game series iBiome. As a co-founder of Springbay Studio, Jane created the iBiome series in 2014 to nurture an eco-focused mindset with game-based learning. The series has produced many notable awards, including Best STEM app 2015 from the American Association of School Librarians, and recognition from the United Nations Environment Programme.
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