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From: Latvia, Riga
Registered: 4/25/13
Education board games
Posted: Apr 25, 2013 7:24 AM
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My name is Ester. I need your help and advice.
Let me explain the idea.
I'm working in education area in Latvia, Riga. We are training company and we make business as well as education simulation and board games. We are working with Ministry of Education of Latvia. We also are working in Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Baltic States. We're making training board games since 2005 and now we are ready to spread our special products all over the world. We realized all the advantages of this method and believe it would have a huge popularity.
We have 35 board games for teaching math, chemistry, physics and biology for grades 6-11.
Program Goals:
- -Improvement of teaching process quality.
- -Raising retention rate.
- -Increase of students interest for the given subject or science as such.
Program Results:
- -Increased students motivation.
- -Increased interactivity and dynamics in the classroom.

I believe this is something that teachers would be really interested with. I need to find a teacher (or teachers) who can test math, (or) physics, (or) chemistry, (or) biology board games. I would send the board game (or games) by mail, and teacher should try it with pupils, then I need to get feedback about how it worked, to understand should we change the rules or smth to adapt the game to American education system.
We can connect on skype or facebook or by e-mail... anytime.

This project is very interesting and innovative. I am sure, there are teachers who are interested in new ways of teaching, that's why I think it would be easy to find someone who will say YES, WHY NOT! :)
Please write me on

Looking forward to hear from you!


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