Game based learning company WeWantToKnow partners with University of Washington
French-Norwegian game-based learning company WeWantToKnow has signed an agreement with the Center for Game Science at the University of Washington to establish a strong partnership to test and improve the recently launched math game, DragonBox, in over 100 schools across the US. This is the first of many games that the two parties will develop jointly and that will be offered to US schools and universities.
“We are most happy to have signed an agreement with one of the leading game and science centers in the US to help us test our products in the US educational market,” says Jean-Baptiste Huynh, CEO and co-founder for WeWantToKnow. “Our first game, the math game DragonBox, has received incredible reviews, and we see from our tests in Norway that between 60-80% of the kids that play the game for two hours are able to solve mathematical equations. We believe that with the support from the Center for Game Science, we will be able to increase this result to close to 100%.”
Check out the press release here.