In this social, inquiry-based game, students use GPS handhelds to work together in groups of three in order to find the antidote to a pretend disease. As the students walk around their school's campus, each person takes on the role of a different scientist to collect and share data with each other. This standards-aligned game promotes 21st century skills such as problem-solving and collaboration.
In Buffalo Hunt, students are learning about science, history, and geography through their GPS handhelds on their school's grounds. Through collaboration, the students try to solve a mystery while they are learning about Native American culture, seeing Native American images, and hearing traditional Native American music. This student-centered game helps teach students the importance of collaboration and problem-solving skills.