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STEM Lab students nationally recognized

In April 2022, sixth grade student teams at STEM Lab competed in a video game design challenge as part of a problem-based learning (PBL) assignment. Student teams designed a video game that is either inclusive of people living with ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, executive functioning issues, a language disorder, sensory processing issues, or a written expression disorder. Each team entered their game design into the Games for Change Student Challenge in the "Shaping the World for Difference" category.

Two of STEM Lab's sixth grade student teams are featured on the website for their games:

  • "Mixedville" Team: Lila A., Kayden Y., and Taryn F.
     
  • "The Amazing Maze" Team: Lilah C., Garrett C., and Danna C.

Congratulations to the "Mixedville" Team - Lila A., Kayden Y., and Taryn F. - on winning the regional Junior Division (West) and going on to win the Grand Prize in the entire Junior Division. Congratulations also to "The Amazing Maze" Team - Lilah C., Garrett C., and Danna C. - on being named Challenge Finalists.

Both teams were honored at the awards ceremony that was held virtually on June 16. Way to go! 

Play the Games Created by our Students

Both games can be played on the Games for Change Student Challenge website.  

When on the website, scroll down to the "WEST" division and play the games. See screenshots below of what they look like. 

Screenshot of a student video game description
Screenshot of a student video game description

 

 

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