Educator Resources: Game

Citizen Sort

Citizen Sort’s video games were designed in collaboration with biologists and naturalists. As you play, you’ll help classify plants, animals, and insects, and you’ll produce valuable scientific data to aid scientists in their work.

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Syracuse University's School of Information Studies, National Science Foundation

Invasion of the Exotic Earthworm

With a roll of the die, students simulate the movement of nutrients in a forest ecosystem both before and after earthworms invade to see how & why change can occur in ecosystems as a result of exotic species invasion. Lessons are aligned to standards.

*Supports Great Lakes Worm Watch

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Project Nightjar

The project aims to increase our understanding of camouflage in the wild and its relationship with survival. To do this we study the camouflage of ground nesting birds, and their eggs and chicks. Play games to help with the research.

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Sensory Ecology and Evolution, University of Exter, University of Cambridge, Bioscience for the Future