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    Default SimCity enters the classroom as educational tool

    New partnership designed to help inspire more students into jobs in game development

    EA has agreed a deal with GlassLab to bringing a modified version of SimCity to the classroom.
    The partnership is designed to help inspire more students into jobs in research, technology and game development and to help improve STEM (Science, technology, engineering and math) education.

    Before the educational game’s release, a website called SimCityEDU will server as an online resource and community for teachers using the title to create and share lesson plans.
    GlassLab is a US developer based at EA’s headquarters, and is sponsored by EA, the Gates Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the ESA and several other education-focused organisations.
    The move follows other games being used in similar educational programs, such as Minecraft which is now being used in Swedish school Viktor Rydberg to help students learn about environmental issues and city planning.

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    Sim city enters the classroom as an educational tool. These tools are always here for helping you and also tell you all that write an essay for me better. It is not possible where we demand to carry our knowledge with our self. Maybe everything is completed in the classroom where we can easily do all for the educational plan.

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