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NTC Asks: Does your utility need energy education games and apps?

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President and Founder NTC- The National Theatre for Children

In 1978, Ward founded NTC to deliver entertaining and engaging programs that motivate families, students and educators. For nearly 35 years, organizations have used NTC’s engagement strategies...

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The answer is probably yes. NTC conducted a survey on the effectiveness of digital games in the classroom, when used to teach lessons on energy. The teachers who belong to PEN ─ NTC’s Professional Educators Network ─ are a valuable source of feedback as we explore and develop new curriculum for the in-school programs delivered on behalf of our utility clients. Read the results of this survey to learn more about how your organization can continue to engage your community with cutting edge educational tools.

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