|Deals with||astrophysics // biology // body systems // cells // chemistry // computer science // disease // drugs // genetics // history // math // molecular science // physics // science|
|Intended for||elementary school // middle school // high school // university|
|Cost||paid // free|
|Developed by||MazeFire LLC (academic developer // professional developer)|
|Website at||Visit game website|
MazeFire games lead students to do something they are not asked to do enough: figure things out on their own. It is a Northeastern University spin-out providing a uniquely engaging learning environment that motivates students as well as boosts knowledge acquisition & retention through reflective learning. There are a variety of mazes, most of which are free open-access, available to all learners, but a majority are catered to Life Sciences and university-level learning (Semester Paks such as Bio101 and Chem101 cover fundamental concepts in ~200 questions). A student is dropped into a virtual maze in which they have to answer the questions correctly to find their way out to the Maze Exit, where they are provided the Answers and Explanations to further reinforce their knowledge.
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