A Learning Simulation For Science & Social Studies: Plan It Green

We all know how much emphasis is being placed on green energy strategies these days. The guys over National Geographic recently teamed up with GE Power & Water and the Center for Science to release Plan It Green: The Big Switch. A new cloud based online gaming community where students come together to learn more about the importance of recycling and how eco-friendly habits that can help save our environment.

Plan It Green’s goal is to help students learn about the management of time and resources while socially interacting with others in a city building simulation game. These initiatives are all part of this game and form part of an even bigger strategy. The Connect! Transform the Future initiative, a national campaign designed to engage, enlighten and educate the nation’s youth in a conversation about the future of energy.

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