Two Atlanta teachers were inspired by "The Hunger Games" to create an educational game called Colonial Games, a two-day activity in which teams of Holy Innocents' Episcopal School middle-school students were challenged to create a colony in a new world with little knowledge to help them. The interactive experience allows the students to "incorporate geography, history, math, science in kids working together as a team," said history teacher Gary Klingman, who along with math teacher Daniel Forrester, presented the concept to educators during this summer's Apple iSummit.
History, math teachers model educational lessons on "The Hunger Games"
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