Spark Connections!
Teachers are the most important part of our society. We know teachers struggle to engage today’s students with antiquated teaching tools. We are here to help you engage and connect with your students. Our educational games show your students that what they learn in class is important to the real-world -- and to their careers -- all through an exciting experience that they enjoy. Play Plasma Games to improve your students’ motivation and have a lasting impact on their lives.

Boost Learning

Engaged and motivated students learn more readily and see improved performance on essential tests.
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Improve Satisfaction

Equip your science teachers with a product that is shown to engage students so they can do their job - teach!
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Save Time

Our tools are easy to use and can free up time for lesson planning, 1-on-1’s, or simply catching your breath.
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Sci-Ops: Global Defense (Episode 1)

Plasma Games’ Sci-Ops: Global Defense aligns to North Carolina standards, Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), and Next Generation Science Standards; Episode 1 covers 40% of the curriculum, including: properties of matter, atomic structure, periodic table and trends, electromagnetism, lasers, gases, and metals -- all in the context of real industry applications and in-demand careers

Easy and Flexible Implementation Options

Here are a few ways teachers can use Plasma Games with their classes. Please feel free to combine, adapt, or augment any of the implementation options to fit your curriculum and lesson plan.

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Independent Learning Options

Students can independently learn with Plasma Games for entire class periods, parts of class or at home (e.g., as homework).
Plasma Games can be used as:

  • A powerful way to introduce, contextualize, practice, cross cut, and review standards-aligned concepts,
  • An individualized or personalized tool to engage and incentivize students, or
  • Part of an afterschool program, track out camp, or STEM/CTE initiative.
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Classic Classroom Implementation Options

Teachers can guide learning while using Plasma Games as a valuable tool.

  • Play the game with your class to anchor concepts in memorable simulations of real science,
  • Play a video from the game for your class to augment your lessons and help explain concepts, or
  • Use the in-class guides to spark discussions about real-world applications and technologies that embody each concept, the industries and careers that depend on each concept, and how this ties into broader topics of science and society.

Full teacher support and professional development available

Boost learning and pave the way for a STEM career!

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Lucile Ganey
Science Teacher
Plasma Games would be an exceptional supplementary resource for Chemistry students, especially those students...❞
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Heather Dietzler
Chief Academic Officer
Plasma Games is engaging and would encourage students into STEM fields.❞
Brian Rada
Chemistry Teacher
❝I think for the kids this is just a way they learn and they're comfortable learning and the learning not necessarily...❞
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Kathy Glasheen
Instructional Coach
Plasma Games learning platform would empower our science and STEM teachers to increase the level of classroom...❞
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Keith Hindman
Middle School Director
❝I love within the program how they're learning about different science careers. They rescue a scientist and then learn...❞
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Kathy Glasheen
Instructional Coach
❝Students get drawn to the hot thing -- whether that’s Fortnight, Minecraft, whatever -- and away from school. If we can...❞
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Chris Conway
Instructional Coach
Plasma Games’ Sci-Ops is non-threatening and self paced which works for students who don’t always ask...❞
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Lucile Ganey
Science Teacher
❝Students will interact with positive role models in the characters in the game.❞
Kelly DeLong
Director of K-12 Math and Science
❝With Plasma Games, students have to think through science concepts. They're learning how a formula that we might...❞
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Kathy Glasheen
Instructional Coach
❝I love the way that the game incorporates real-world applications and college and career information.❞
Neva Winters
Chemistry Instructor
❝Whether teachers use it as an introduction to lessons or practice, the game will quickly build their knowledge and...❞
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Donna Cotton
Director of Accountability and High School Curriculum
❝Students will run to class to play this game!❞
Renee Lee-Crandol
Science Teacher
❝I love how the curriculum is embedded in the Sci-Ops game!❞
Christina Pennington
Curriculum Coordinator
❝There is no game like Sci-Ops as it fuses education and entertainment in a fun, unique, gaming experience.❞
Dr. Brian Hunnell
Assistant Superintendent
❝In today’s classroom, teachers must compete with social media and video games to engage students in learning. Teachers...❞
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Anna Lankford
Associate Superintendent for Curriculum Instruction
❝With Plasma Games, students will definitely be more engaged in learning.❞
Derek Lapiska
Chemistry Instructor
❝I think we would be remiss if we did not take the opportunity to leverage gaming as a means for student learning.❞
Dr. Brian Hunnell
Assistant Superintendent
❝Students’ success in this game is linked to understanding how chemistry works. That is very motivating.❞
Kelly DeLong
Director of K-12 Math & Science
❝I would ask the State and Federal Educators to come to our district and walk through our schools and see for themselves...❞
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Stephanie Horton
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Plasma Games will engage students more which will lead to bigger gains in chemistry content knowledge.❞
Anna Lankford
Associate Superintendent for Curriculum Instruction
❝The fact that the game includes not only content for chemistry but ties the content to related fields of study science,...❞
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Heather Dietzler
Chief Academic Officer
❝The ability to reach students through this gaming platform will in no doubt help students to better understand...❞
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Keith Hindman
Middle School Director
Sci-Ops would be an exceptional supplementary resource for Chemistry students, especially those students who...❞
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Heather Dietzler
Chief Academic Officer
Sci-Ops is more engaging than other simulations.❞
Ellis Ayers
Executive Director of Academic Success
❝A sound investment in interactive learning is important to engage 21st century learners.❞
Darlene Schaefer
Curriculum Coordinator
Plasma Games looks much more like true games than other educational games I have seen, but also requires an...❞
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Jenna Regan
Curriculum Director
Plasma Games' Sci-Ops is going to pull in those kids who never thought they had an interest or ability in...❞
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Donna Cotto
Director of Accountability and High School Curriculum
❝The software makes learning tangible and fun. State funding will equalize the opportunities across the state so all...❞
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Christy Arrowood & Debbie Jennings
Instructional Coach, Director
❝We would greatly appreciate the support of our Legislator to help us have access to such resources for our students.❞
Jenna Regan
Secondary Curriculum Director
❝Our Legislators need to pursue funding to offer this learning resource for the students of my county schools as well as...❞
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Keith Hindman
Middle School Director