KerbalEdu is an official school-ready standalone* remix of the award winning game Kerbal Space Program. The game is available for everyone to purchase and has been enhanced with features that help integrate it into the classroom*. Players assist the lovable-but-hapless Kerbals as they build rockets and carry out orbital missions. Students master real-world physics and engineering skills as their understanding of STEM concepts blast off!
*No previous purchase of Kerbal Space Program required. *Game is also available at a discounted price for educational institutions. Game is available for PC and Mac.
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Built on top of the hit indie game Kerbal Space Program developed by Squad, KerbalEdu unleashes student creativity with an iterative design approach to learning from mistakes. A perfect fit for physics and math curriculums in higher levels. Can also be used for any age group to demonstrate physics concepts and motivate students to engineer creative solutions through experimentation.
Both KerbalEdu and Kerbal Space Program are in active development and receive regular updates. Designed by teachers for teachers, KerbalEdu includes additional tools for educators to create custom mission scenarios, and key visual features intended to facilitate student understanding of the forces involved in orbital physics.
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KerbalEdu has now been released!
KerbalEdu has now been released. What was until now a mod prototype available for some is now a fully integrated official educational remix of Kerbal Space Program available to everyone. You can buy it from our brand new website, still at the same address, www.kerbaledu.com. You no longer have to be a school or other educational institution to buy it, private persons can get it too, starting at $27. However, schools, museums, libraries etc. will still get it at a discounted price!
It has all the features I went over in my last post, didn’t even need to drop any in the final testing. Overall the development has gone very smoothly, more nearly on schedule than any software project I’ve ever worked on that is not an exercise task of s