Build A World facilitates learning by doing
while students have fun
Understand complex technology
Build A World EDU supports STEAM learning
Experiment with energy systems
Build a sustainable powergrid
Meet your own city using GIS data
Challenge students with real world problem solving
in their local environment
Simulation of real world scenarios
Engage students with an immersive 3D experience
Build A World EDU - simulation and modelling in realistic scenarios
A modern educational tool designed for schools, for teachers by teachers, optimized for the classroom.
Teaching courses with lessons and simple teachers’ tools. Keeps the class focused.
The Elsinore project
50 6. grade students in the schools of Elsinore explored their own city in Build A World EDU during 6 days.
The students built new sustainable houses, taking refugees in the city into account, while also managed the use of green energy. The work and debate among the students very intense and with quality.
BUILD A WORLD SCENARIOS
In Build A World student can experiment with green tech and find sustainable solutions for real world challenges.
Using a STEAM based approach Build A World EDU supports collaborative learning, while experimenting with energy systems and power grids.
Import your city and simulate alternative urban planning while investigating sustainable solutions.
TESTED AND RECOMMENDED
“Build A World is a 3D simulation tool, which gives the opportunity to re-create the world outside of the school. The students can walk around in their local environment and research problems, and it is highly motivating and meaningful for the students to work on something that’s close to what the students are familiar with”.
Co-Director at The Centre for Applied Game Research (CEAGAR) at Aalborg University
“Instead of the teacher talking about consequences they have to imagine, it becomes reality in the game. They can experiment with all kinds of consequences. Build A World affects the learning process in a way so that students freely can form hypotheses of how the world is.”
Ph.D., Associate Professor (lektor) at Aalborg University
“I didn’t know how a nuclear reactor worked before… in this way its really cool that you learn about it in a lesson”
11 years, school student
“I have never learned so much in one day, as today”