A VIDEO GAMEAT SCHOOL
Want to give your students a fun experience in the classroom?
Nothing could be easier! Use the pedagogical sequencing provided, monitor your students' progress on the teacher app and have fun with them!
I WANNA PLAY!
- RGPD COMPLIANCEPart of the CNIL's sandbox project.
A TRULYEDUCATIONAL GAME
Filter by theme:
- Social and scientific culture
- Personal development
The origami book
AND MANY OTHER EDUCATIONAL CONTENTS TO COME: COOKING, PHYSICS-CHEMISTRY...
Co-op adventures and exercises to learn with friends!
Suited to school or extracurricular use, PowerZ is the perfect solution for teachers.
OUR TEACHER COMMUNITY
PowerZ is still under construction! Our community of teachers and students gives us valuable feedback about areas we could improve in the game. The game is growing with you!
SCREENS AND CHILDREN: HOW CAN WE STOP ALL THE MADNESS?
“Chocolate is all very well, but you don’t want to eat a kilo a day. And the same goes for screens.” Olivier Duris, psychologist and expert in our relationship with screens, is here to debunk received notions and to give us some tips for how to use them around children better!
Economic model: we tell you everything!
Since creating PowerZ, we’ve always felt it was important to make our whole process transparent. If you’ve been a stalwart player from the very first, you’ll have been able to track the project’s development just like you were part of the team. Now, we’re launching a new economic model so we believed it was important to tell you what producing a game like PowerZ costs.
UNDERSTANDING WHY VIDEO GAMES AND EDUCATION ARE COMPLEMENTARY TO EACH OTHER 1/3
Getting our children’s attention, sending them a message, helping them progress and learn... all of them are noble causes! Ah, but did you think we were talking about school? No, we were actually talking about video games! Both have been seen as so opposed to each other, to the point that, most of the time, they are pitted against each other, that it’s still a surprise to be able to say that video games and education can be actually be complementary.