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Mechanical engineering students from Penn State University developed several museumteacher_and_student_outside_science_museum exhibits for Discovery Space, a local museum for children. The exhibits were intended to introduce young children to engineering in engaging hands-on ways.

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math_magnetsAs part of an Educational Games Development course, computer science students at the University of Delaware have developed a math game to teach fractions to local primary school students. Known as Shape Shifters, the game encourages students to answer multiple choice questions to move their virtual game piece to the finish line.

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The Programming Standing Up project, a†NSF-funded partnership between†The University of Texas at San Antonio and the University of Texas at Austin†will†help middle and high school students gain programming skills through hand held computer games.††A game called IPRO will be developed for the Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch which will enable students to program

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