Malcolm Mitchell, who joined a book club after a chance encounter with a middle-aged woman in a book store. Mitchell told reporter Steve Hartman that when he started college, he could only read at a middle school level. “So he started putting as much into his reading game as his football game,”
17-year-old Malala Yousafzai describes why she risked her life when she was targeted by the Taliban for seeking an education in Pakistan. She speak of the power of education and why the Taliban want to keep their youth uneducated.
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You want to be a gamer? Create your own!
Mrs. Mounts has created a few accounts to allow her young people to express their creative ideas and reward each other through positive feedback and encouragement. With Sploder’s diverse set of game-making tools, members can discover many different ways to design game levels, make stories with narratives, and challenge themselves and their players.
Mrs. Mounts and Sploder believes that the world can be changed by creative people who use their minds to make the world better. By offering a place where people are rewarded for creativity in the context of games and play, we hope to point them toward a path to a more creative future.
Only you are finished with the objectives in Mrs. Mounts’ class,
you can ask for entrance to the world of creating you own games! The opportunities are endless!