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Andrea Ivančić

28. 05. 2024.

A narrative video game approach to environmental education!

Recognising the potential of modern technology to transform education, our project introduces an innovative solution to this disconnect: a narrative video game designed to deepen understanding and engagement in environmental issues. Video games have long been recognised for their educational potential, providing immersive, interactive experiences that can make learning both engaging and memorable. However, while many games include themes of environmental stewardship, few are designed explicitly for educational purposes, often missing opportunities to make a meaningful impact on players' understanding and actions.

Project, "EcoQuest - Narrative Video Game on Climate Change", aims to bridge this gap by offering an educational tool that is as compelling as it is informative. The game is meticulously crafted to not only entertain but also educate players about the realities of climate change, the importance of the European Union's green policies, and the pivotal role young people can play in the green transition.

By weaving environmental lessons into compelling storylines, the game ensures that players are not just passive recipients of information but active participants in a virtual world where their choices have real environmental outcomes. This approach mirrors the real-world impact of their actions, empowering players to see the tangible effects of their decisions.

This project aligns with the European Union's educational framework, ensuring that the content is not only relevant but also supportive of existing educational standards and objectives. By connecting the game and lessons with EU green policies, we will provide a contextual backbone that enhances the educational value and provides a real-world anchor for the in-game scenarios.

Stay tuned for its release and join us in shaping the next wave of environmental champions!

Soon more information on the project's website.

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