A cable television channel is developing a game and TV show concurrently and collaboratively in which game players can interact with the television characters, writes Fred Ende, director of SCIENCE 21 and regional science coordinator for Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES. Ende writes in this blog post that he envisions the idea translating to the classroom lessons about storytelling, in which students could write persuasive essays that can then be used to develop computer games, or create card games with rules written as it is played.
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