Ozone

Gamifi-ed Score:
Ozone is a lower elementary science game to show how pollution can affect the Earth's population.
Ozone
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Browser Based

Summary of Evaluation

Evaluation Instructions: Students use their student rubric (just click on the underlined word) as do educators. Once you determine the level of achievement of this game, select whether it is a Rock Star (2 points), OK (1 point), or not OK. These are used to calculate the Gamified Score that will be shared at the top. If you have anything to note about any aspect, include it in your review below. If you're an educator, you may help your students write the review. Just make sure you're not affiliated with a game according to our site guidelines.

Learning Game Evaluation Criteria
(Student Evaluation)
Student
Evaluation
Learning Game Evaluation Criteria
(Educator Evaluation)
Educator
Evaluation
Problem Solving
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Purpose

Player Freedom
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Narrative Context

Game Play
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Organization/ Problem Solving

Motivation
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Engagement Level

Real-World Connections
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Collaboration

Teamwork
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Scaffolding and mastery

Creativity
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Feedback



Utility


Educator Review(s)


Educator instructions:Write your review below. If possible include a link to your blog and Twitter handle. Include the date and the version number of the game (if possible.) If you used in this classroom, we'd appreciate you adding links to any resources you used or created under "Resources."



Student Review(s)


Student instructions: Please write your review below, include each of the 7 points we're using as well as any other factors that should be considered. Include the date and the version number of the game (if possible.) If one student writes the review, use your wiki userid.

Although that this game might not provide any creativity or team work, it does help lower elementary kids learn about how pollution can harm the environment. This game specifies how pollution can affect the world's population, and show how alternate energy sources help the Earth. - Akshayp11, 3/3/2014



Resources


Resource instructions: Include helpful resources for getting started with this game including download links and help files. If you have any lesson plans or other materials to help others teach with this game, please join the wiki and add them.

Play the game: http://www.primarygames.com/science/ozone/index.htm
Description of Game: http://www.primarygames.com/science/ozone/start.htm




Categories


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Game Mechanics and Player Types


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Player Type(s) this game appeals to:

Game Mechanic Construct
Included in this game?
If included, an explanation of how.
Achievements
Yes
When you achieve a huge population. You are
rewarded on how you sustained the population.
Appointments
No

Behavioral Momentum
No

Blissful Productivity
No

Bonuses
No

Cascading Information Theory
No

Combos
No

Community Collaboration
No

Countdown
No

Discovery
No

Epic Meaning
No

Free Lunch
No

Infinite Gameplay
Yes
The game does have an end, but the player can
ultimately decide when they want the game to end.
Levels
No

Loss Aversion


Lottery
No

Ownership
No

Points
No

Progression
Yes
As you do well in the game, you can see that the
Earth's population is growing.
Quests
No

Reward Schedules
No

Status
No

Urgent Optimism
No

Virality
No




Screenshots


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