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B Rod
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Good day

I have been asked to teach Environmental Science in high school next year. This involves pollution, the water cycle, rock formation and all kinds of other things.

I have been given almost free reign on how to do it, and seeing as I highly respect the ability of games to teach us something, I'm looking for some recommendations for games that could be used in the class.

Don't worry about numbers, resources or game length, any suggestions would be very much appreciated.
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Michael Debije
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They may enjoy learning volcanology with The Downfall of Pompeii.
 
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Evolution: Climate?
 
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The Manhattan Project: Energy Empire
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B Rod
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NICE!!

Keep em coming!

 
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wreadsiii wrote:

+ 1 for each of those.

Photosynthesis
Terraforming Mars -- easy to extrapolate to earth. Both titles are new releases.
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