This ‘fantastic’ science class in San Francisco is actually a game of ‘hide and seek’ to find missing students
By now, you’ve probably heard of Missing In Action, a game that involves playing “hide and find” and “hide the teacher.”
But you probably don’t know much about how the game works, how it works, or who created it.
In a post on the website of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the museum is sharing a few snippets of the game’s design and how the museum made it into a “fantastically” immersive experience for students.
The game was designed by the San Antonio-based company The Lab Games, which created the popular Hide and Seek game.
“The Lab Games has been involved in a number of interactive games that are popular in schools around the world and this is the first game to be released in schools,” The Lab said in a statement to BuzzFeed News.
“This is the most immersive interactive learning experience that we have ever created.
This is a game about hiding and finding.”
The Lab’s other popular games include the popular Go, Go, Hide, Hide!, Go, and Hide and Go!
The Lab has also created an app called Go Hide Go that allows students to create their own games.
“As the game evolves, we will provide more examples and more games,” The Labs statement continued.
The lab’s Go Hide, Go Go, video game “TheLab Games” has also worked with a number other universities around the country.
The app’s creator, Chris Cottrell, told the San Jose Mercury News that the game is the “first interactive learning tool that we’ve created specifically for teachers.”
He told the newspaper that “every single student who participates in the game will have a unique story that will inform their own learning and help them make better decisions.”
He said that the app’s “unbelievably powerful” is that “you can literally see what is going on and what’s happening to the students” in the video game.
The first iteration of the app was released last year.
Cottrel told the Mercury News he was working on a second version that would include “a more detailed story” and give students “a deeper understanding of what is happening in the classroom.”
He added that he wanted to share the game to schools across the country to “raise awareness about what these games are and how they can be useful to educators.”
“I want to use it to educate teachers and administrators about these amazing interactive learning tools,” he told the paper.
“These are not toys that we can take anywhere, but we can use them in classrooms across the nation.”
A school in Austin, Texas, developed its own version of the Go Hide game, called Go Go Go.
The school was able to make it into an interactive curriculum in the school’s “Learning Spaces” program, according to The Mercury News.
The “Go Go Go” app is not available for free on the app store, but you can play the game for free by signing up for a trial, according a statement from the school.
“Students have the ability to customize the game by choosing their own themes and colors,” the statement said.
“We are also excited to share this incredible learning experience with the students of Austin Public Schools.”
The Mercury also reported that a number schools have taken advantage of the new app.
“San Antonio’s Department of Technology, Science, and Engineering has created a curriculum for all of its students and staff that can be downloaded to a smartphone for use in the app,” the school said.
The program is being used by “more than 10,000 students across the city, including some with disabilities,” the San Marcos News reported.