Gear Learning

Gear Learning at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research provides a dynamic hands-on game development resource for campus researchers, outreach groups and external educational partners. Our games are based on inspiring design, proven instructional methods, emerging research and sound business strategy. As a team, the staff at Gear Learning have a long history of building engaging and visually stunning learning games, forming strong and lasting consulting relationships with subject matter experts, and cultivating partnerships across academia and industry to bring the best people together and make projects happen.


Current Video Game Projects

Hidden Village - Embodied Cognition and Geometry

Fair Play - Implicit Bias

At Play in the Cosmos - Astronomy

Quest Psychology - Human Lifespans


Completed Projects

Virulent - Virology and Immunology

Progenitor X - Regenerative Medicine and Zombies

Tenacity - Self Regulation of Attention

Crystals of Kaydor - Empathic Accuracy

Oztoc - Electric Circuitry


Broader Impacts

PEOPLE Program - Internships

Boys and Girls Clubs - Workshops

Madison Metropolitan School District - Internships



Funding

Multiple

Project Website

http://gearlearning.org/

Status

Active through December 31, 2099

Contact Information

Mike Beall
Phone: (608) 209-2304
mbeall@wisc.edu