AzTech: The Story Begins – the beginning of a better way to learn.
Part interactive graphic novel, part video game, this is kind of educational app you’ve been waiting for. The AzTech series teaches math, social studies, language arts and a second language. In AzTech: The Story Begins, players join Xitali and José, two teens from Iowa, as they try to make it to school, make it through history class and find themselves on a very unexpected adventure. This first free game introduces you to what lies ahead in the AzTech Games series.
AzTech: The Story Begins teaches multi-step problem solving (including adding and subtracting fractions, averages and more) and more is backed by data that shows kids who played 7 Generation Games improved their math scores 30%. Build your vocabulary and learn world history terms. Using 7 Generation Games’ unique and innovative bilingual capabilities, players can play the game in English or make it a bilingual (English/Spanish) experience with the ability change the language – audio, video and text – on any page.
Recommended for Grades 5 through 8.
Math concepts covered:
-Adding and subtracting fractions
Social studies concepts covered:
-World history terms
Fully bilingual – English/Spanish.
Combining artificial intelligence with educational research modeled after effective teachers, we make better educational games.
Educational elements are integrated within the storyline. Problems don’t just fall from the sky, but are in context within the game – giving real-life examples of when knowledge/skills would be used. Getting answers wrong doesn’t just lead to more problems, but we teach the information and skills kids need to solve problems within the app.
7 Generation Games are developed by a team including a former math teacher, a statistician with a Ph.D. whose dissertation was on standardized testing, a rocket scientist (he’ll say, “I’m not a rocket scientist, just a physicist that did the radar for rockets!”) and a N.Y. Times best- selling writer. They’re build with classroom teachers and tested in school across the country.
Optimized for iPhones
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.