First, students watch a movie about a fictional threat to the world. Then students begin an interactive game at their school to fight the threat. This is called an alternate reality game (ARG) and is similar to popular escape rooms or murder mysteries. Students are immersed in the story and learn skills, follow clues, and finish missions. To win the game, teens use their intelligence, creativity, and heroic determination.
PREPARE FOR THE GAME
Teens watch a thrilling movie about an issue threatening youth.
Students are guided through the interactive game through an app.
Students form teams with schoolmates and create a team name.
PLAY THE GAME
Student teams solve clues and puzzles related to the threat in the movie.
Students race against the clock to complete missions before the other teams.
Teens learn real-world skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, and creative thinking.
WIN THE GAME
Teams race to finish the challenges and missions before the other teams.
The winning teams get a grand-prize. All students receive rewards.
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