2012 Games Without Borders Youth Challenge
May 21st, 2012
Congratulations to the winners of our First Annual Games Without Borders Youth Challenge!
In lieu of the World Citizen Essay Contest, Global Classroom encouraged students to apply their knowledge of and passion for gaming while learning about world issues. Since fun, educational games about global topics are hard to find, GC gave Puget Sound students a new challenge: create a game that young people would love to play and that would raise awareness about a global topic or issue.
The winners were:
Middle School Division:
Children of Change by McKenna Sevruk (7th grade, Tahoma Middle School)Middle School Division:
Micro Loan Adventures by Luke Johnson, Christo Pamboukas, Joey Peterson, and Reed Stever(7th grade, Tahoma Middle School)
High School Division:
Animal rescue: The Video Game by Kaylene Stocking and Sarah Yerrace (9th grade, Timbercrest Junior High)
Let's Trade! by Alina Amkhavong, Hannah Madani, Cristina Martinez, and Sahar Mohammad(10th grade, Kent-Meridian High School)
Syria at Risk by Sopheaktra Danh and Melody Northcutt (12th grade, Aviation High School)