“The Detective: Bavaria” is an engaging and fun way for students to build skills in data interpretation. Students must learn to discriminate between types of data, understand the different types of sources, and develop the ability to determine the implications of information. All while attempting to unravel the mysteries surrounding the village of Ingolstadt and Frankenstein Biomedical Lab in this modern day take on Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein.
As a rookie FBI agent, students collect clues and identify qualitative and quantitative data, primary and secondary sources, and discern the implications of data and how it affects a hypothesis. Being able to analyze data in this way gives them the ability to combine information from multiple sources to draw conclusions to succeed in the game and in the classroom.
The K20 Center supports instructors effectively integrate The Detective: Bavaria into their classrooms by providing full implementation support, tiered technical support, and a handy “Instructor’s Guide” that will:
In addition to integration support, the K20 Center’s GamePortal allows Instructors to view each individual student’s progress, time on scenarios as well as success/failure indicators. Upon completion of the game, a student can download and print out a data interpretation certificate of completion.
|Operating System:||System Memory:||CPU:|
|Windows® 7/8/10 (64 bit) or MacOS X 10.5 or later||4 GB RAM||Intel Dual Core 2.3 GHz to 2.69 GHz or equal|
|DirectX 9 compatible video card||1024x768 or higher||Broadband Internet connection (at least 512 Kbps)|
|Hard Drive Space:||Graphics Card:||Graphics Memory|
|1 GB free Hard disk space||Nvidia 8000 Series (recommend NVIDIA 8800 or higher) or equal||512MB or more|
|Mozilla Firefox & Chrome|