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Designing Futures with Games: Game-Framed Math & Science as a Pathway to Multimedia Technology Careers

The Game-Framed Math & Science (G-FMS) initiative aims to increase students’ understanding of STEM-based subjects at Eugenio María de Hostos Community College CUNY by framing math and science within the context of game design and game play. Funded by the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education Grant and Hostos Community College CUNY.

About Hostos

Eugenio María de Hostos Community College, part of The City University of New York (CUNY) system, was founded in 1968. In four decades, Hostos has grown from a class of 623 in the fall of 1970, to over 7,000 students in the spring of 2012.

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Our Team

The G-FMS initiative is supported by a talented team of educators and research staff excited to redesign current STEM curricula in the context of game design and game play!

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Game News

Games for learning is an area of growth in education and social action circles. Find out more about G-FMS discoveries and games for learning in the news in our Game News blog.

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Argyle DIY

Download Argyle DIY Files Print out spinner, arrow and Board parts on Cardstock paper (8.5in x 11in). Note: When printing ...
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How to Play: Argyle: The Number Line Game

GFMS | How To Play: 'Argyle The Number Line Game' from G-FMS on Vimeo ...
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How to Play: Operations Dominoes

In this video, students and educators can learn how to play the Hive Cooperative's Operations Dominoes ...
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How to Play: Sleeper Cell

In this video, students and educators can learn how to play the Hive Cooperative's Sleeper Cell ...
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How to Play: Planetary Pioneers

In this video, students and educators can learn how to play the Hive Cooperative's Planetary Pioneers ...
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The opportunity for faculty and students to share in new teaching, learning, and research approaches will definitely motivate and create new circles of learning across mathematics and science areas.

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Dr. Carmen Coballes-Vega, Provost, Hostos

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