Educators use Actimator game design software and curriculum to teach Computer Science and STEM in an engaging and collaborative environment.
Lessons include self-paced, hands-on tutorials designed to practice Computer Science and STEM concepts while creating clones of popular mobile games.
Whether you teach Computer Science curriculum and assess students' learning according to standards or you run an after-school coding or game design program, Actimator is for you.
Video game design is the "Secret Sauce" that encourages students to learn complex Computer Science and STEM topics.
Actimator is made with students and teachers with no prior coding experience in mind. Introductory courses walk students through all they need to learn.
Actimator game design courses are designed to fulfill ISTE and CSTA standards. By designing and coding video games, students become proficient at skills defined in those standards.
Making games with Actimator is much more than designing and programming. Students develop and constantly practice communication, collaboration, problem solving, and leadership skills.
Using Actimator's peer-led learning model, students learn to become leaders to help other students with design and programming activities. Teachers focus on facilitating the communication and collaboration among students, rather than focusing on delivering instruction.
Conditionals and Loops
Logical conjunctions and Boolean logic
Density, Elasticity, Friction
Actimator lessons include hands-on tutorials that are designed for teaching Computer Science, STEM, and 21st century skills and concepts while creating computer games.
Lessons are accompanied with a manual that includes teaching objectives, assignments, grading rubrics, and alignment with standards.
Our mission is to make sure that educators provide the best computer science education to their students. We provide direct educator training to achieve our mission.