3D Gaming in the Classroom
3D computer games in schools provide a hugely stimulating way to learn.
MissionMaker allows students to create visually 3D rich worlds for first-person ‘Missions’ – complete with backdrops, animated characters, dialogue, music and video music. Students can:
- Mission Maker has an extensive object library to create a unique game world
- Create and and customise 3D characters
- import music, graphics and video
- Students set the rules for game play.
learning outcomes & benefits
- Instantly appealing learning medium.
- Mission Maker encourages strategic thinking and planning.
- Builds interpretive and narrative skills.
- Helps motivate disaffected students.
|Games, Game Engines and Design has been endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR Certificate/Diploma in iMedia specification. This teacher resource provides step-by-step ideas to support teaching of the game units in the iMedia course.|
I have trained both Teachers and Students in the use of Mission Maker and can come to your school to train your staff in the use of this innovative package. I will personally explain to you some of the more advanced features of the game and some the pitfalls you might face when delivering Mission Maker.
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