Video Games in Spanish
One of our games is dedicated to recycling as a support to our Annual Eco-friendly Fashion Show, as well as further educating our school community.
This project got stronger when we were informed that the DREAM IT. CODE IT. WIN IT. contest organized by MITNY, MITEFN and TradingScreen had been launched. In our school, students often discuss about the importance of recycling and taking actions for environmental health. They understand that as young adults, they are in charge of change and it is necessary to take minor steps towards achieving a greater goal.
In order to participate in this contest our TechCrew came together with a plan on how to educate our school in this matter. The film makers division proceeded to investigate how much percentage of our school is educated about recycling. After discovering that the percentage was so poor they continued to document answers about recycling.
This created a better picture for our coders, who promptly started to program the game. In the game, the player is required to choose a specific bin in which the correct materials are placed into. This allows the player to learn about their recycling options, via a creative route. Our school's tech crew decided to film how the coders come forth to the creation of the game. After the completion of the first face of the game, we decided to put their game to the test in a 6th grade classroom. By the end of the class the students understood better how to place trash in the correct bins.
Students are still working on the complition of this game in hope to share it with the whole school. This is the way we will start contributing to preserving the world we all share.
We invite you to watch the video and play the game!
Girls in our school code during Spanish class to create different video games that will bring possitive change to our community.
The following video was created by TYWLA TechCrew students for the DREAM IT. CODE IT. WIN IT contest.
Play one of our most Recent games!
This game focuses on how to recycle and the importance of it. Enjoy!
This game was created by Geraldine Agredo, Daniela Leguisamo, and Margot Richaud.