Looking for a creative, hands-on twist on teaching geometry to your 7th – 10th grade students? Or are you interested in having your students try out a game-based assessment?

The MIT Playful Journey Lab and Education Arcade are developing Shadowspect, an interactive computer game where players build 3D figures while developing their geometric, dimensional, and spatial reasoning skills. Students will access levels of increasing difficulty as they move and rotate spheres, cubes, and other important shapes in order to find creative solutions to modeling problems. Once the project is fully developed, the game will also collect data to assess mastery of 3D geometry, spatial reasoning, persistence, and creativity.

Curious? Test our game below, then contact us for more information.


Shadowspect is proudly brought to you by:

Image and link to the MIT Playful Journey Lab. Click to go to the lab's homepage.
Image and link to the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program/Education Arcade. Click to go to the lab's homepage.