Science Pirates: The Curse of Captain Brownbeard

New Mexico State University has developed a web delivered, multi part game that can be played in or outside of the classroom to help middle school students better understand science and food safety concepts. The game addresses both national science
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New Mexico State University has developed a web-delivered, multi-part game that can be played in or outside of the classroom to help middle school students better understand science and food safety concepts. The game addresses both national science process standards and educational objectives through engaging gameplay.

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