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Who says English majors can’t work for tech companies? Before I started at 7 Generation Games, I worked for the UCLA call center, where I cold-called parents and alumni to raise money for student resources and scholarships. I’ll never forget that after telling an alum that I was an English […]

Intern Diaries Part Two: Who says English majors can’t work ...










Caution: Rant ahead. Years ago, I worked in a tall building with a lot of well-educated professionals. Our offices were located downtown and looked right over a school attended by low-income children. Like a lot of affluent Americans, we spent a lot of time criticizing public education, complaining that students […]

How we can help your students


With many “educational” video games on the market, we breakdown the good and bad elements games offer.  There are LOTS of educational games on the market. The problem is there aren’t very many good ones. How do you differentiate between the time wasters and the legitimate learning tools? Some games are […]

Do’s and Don’ts of Educational Game Design



We believe all schools should be using educational video games in their classrooms and we offer up three reasons why. Gaming provides significantly greater soft skill development.  Watch kids play an engaging video game. They will fail time and time again, and yet they repeatedly go back into the game to […]

Three Reasons Why All Schools Should Use Games