STEMulators™ are our custom-built, game-based learning simulations designed to give students hands-on experience in the world of STEM.
Each STEAM Hub course includes STEMulators™ that help students apply their skills and have fun! Test our our STEMulators™ using the links below.
Build a 3D Printer
3D Print Hub Shop
CivBot in the City
ExcaBot and the temple of gloom
What Makes a Good Game?
STEMBot's QA Review
STEMBot's Bad Code Crusade
The Python Escape Room
Drag and Drop Simulator
Temple of Collision
Super Robo Bowling
HTML Tower Defense
Arduino Joule Joyride
MicroBit Joule Joyride
Our custom-build, game-based simulators that allow students to explore concepts and demonstrate their skills.
Why include STEMulators™?
Game-based learning is a great way for students to build and apply skills. Our STEMulators™ are less than 10 minutes of playtime so the focus stays on learning, inspriration, and excitement and not gaming for the sake of it.
How many STEMulators™ are in each course?
Most STEAM Hub courses have two STEMulators™; one focused on teaching students new skills (eLeanring) and one focused on students applying their skills (eAssessment). For some courses, STEMulators™ are still in development and will be deployed when ready.
What do you need to run the STEMulators™?
All STEMulators™ are web accessible and do not need any special software or hardware. The graphic resolution is designed to be played on any device, including Chromebooks. Loading times for the STEMulators™ may depend on your device/internet connection.
How are STEMulators™ designed?
Our STEMulators™ are designed in partnership between our content development team and our STEMulator™ team to ensure that they showcase real life experiences in the topic and help provide hands-on experiences that students might otehrwise not get in an online environment. Our STEMulators™ are designed with Unity and are fully web accessible so everyone can learn!
Do the STEMulators™ get graded?
At this time, STEMulators™ are optional learning experiences within STEAM Hub courses and do not have points assigned to them.