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Playful transmedia approach to literacy

WTTW (National Public Broadcasting), Roman Coppola, and Nukotoys have created Mission to Planet 429, a transmedia program that employs TV, video gaming, and trading card play to teach kids vital reading comprehension skills.
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Funded by a U.S. Department of Education “Ready to Learn” grant, WTTW (National Public Broadcasting), Roman Coppola, and Nukotoys have created Mission to Planet 429, a transmedia program that employs TV, video gaming, and trading card play to teach kids vital reading comprehension skills.

For more information, or to view students playing Mission to Planet 429, visit http://nukotoys.presslift.com/video-game-launching-in-schools

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