Seebox is a unique interactive game console that comes packed with video tutorials that teaches learners about electronics, through gameplay & practical electronic experiments.
The learner has to navigate their way through an obstacle course with many experiments on physical electronic circuits in the form of experiment boards, called a “Playboards”. The SeeBox measures what the learner is doing on the circuit, and as soon as they achieve the objective of the experiment, they can enter the next experiment-door. Feedback is immediate, and the progressive nature of the game fosters a sense of accomplishment and thus confidence in their abilities.
SeeBox doesn't require an electronics teacher, can be used at home, and it supports groups of learners working together.
The game develops problem solving and abstract thinking, which is beneficial for all children, not just those who want to pursue a career in engineering. This could help unlock a future in ICT for many young learners.
SeeBox is offering the chance to get a SeeBox for your school by co-sponsoring just $35 on Indiegogo: http://igg.me/at/seebox
When 10 parents have sponsored, the school will get a SeeBox, 10 playboards and 5 Learner ID tags. More info: http://www.seebox.co.za/indiegogo-crowdfunding-campaign and http://www.seebox.co.za/value-for-high-schools/