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Globaloria’s CEO and founder, Dr. Idit Harel, is a Future20 presenter at the 2017 SXSWEdu Conference in Austin, Texas.   1. Daniella and the #CSForAll Movement Meet Daniella. She’s 14 years old, a young woman growing up in a public school in Houston. Let’s keep her in our minds in the next 20 minutes. To…

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EdTech Provider Globaloria Launches Spanish-Language and ELL Computer Science Education Courses

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DECEMBER 5, 2016 (NEW YORK, NY) – Globaloria announced today, as part of the White House Computer Science for All CSForAll and CSEdWeek, that they launched a Spanish-language version of their popular Essentials of Coding course, Fundamentos de Programación as well as an English-Language-Learner version called Essentials of Coding: ELL.

Globaloria is a provider of K-12 computer science education founded on the mission that all students should have access to become a computer-science-literate generation in order to drive the global, digital economy, close socioeconomic digital divides, and reduce gender gaps in STEM and CS careers. As the largest programs of its kind nationwide in 2015-2016, Globaloria courses generated more than 700,000 hours of coding and design thinking in public-school classrooms, led by 650 educators in 150 schools across 15 states. Globaloria will train and support 400 educators at 300 partner schools and libraries to teach computer science, software engineering, innovation and design thinking through the 2016-2017 school year in PreK-12th grades. To learn about the Globaloria courses, especially the new Spanish and ELL courses, visit the Globaloria Course Catalog.

“In providing Fundamentos de Programación and ELL versions of our courses, we are equalizing opportunities for computer science education by addressing three special groups of students: 1) students who are learning English as a second language, 2) Spanish-speaking CS learners, and 3) learners who are enrolled in dual-language programs where courses are taught in both Spanish and English,” said Dr. Idit Harel, CEO and Founder of Globaloria.

In Fundamentos de Programación, the curriculum instructions are in Spanish, and JavaScript programming code is in English. Because programming keywords are always in English, this approach supports Spanish speakers in mastering critical technical vocabulary. Contextualized support is provided for understanding the text (e.g., rollovers with images, dual language glossary). Learners are introduced to JavaScript programming by playing a simple coding game and modifying it. They learn the foundations of game design and coding by creating their own version of the game with a unique learning goal, writing a narrative story, and designing their own custom digital art for the background scene and characters.

Essentials of Coding: ELL is designed to support students who are at various levels of English language mastery so they are able to learn Introductory Computer Science concepts and build their own learning games with the same level of success as their native English speaking peers. Special instructional support is embedded for ELL accommodations, and modifications, such as simplified English language instructional text, rollovers for key vocabulary words that present a definition with an image, ELL lesson plans for teachers, and providing ways to differentiate instruction based on students’ language levels.


Globaloria is a leading national provider of computer science education. Its blended-learning platform, course catalog for students, and comprehensive teacher-training courses, enable PreK-12 students to become socially-minded, innovative change-makers through computer science learning programs. The Globaloria pathways (for CTE, STEM and Core integration) offer effective and adequate methods to teach computer science using industry-standard programming languages and professional digital media tools. For more information, contact: Christina.Felton@edelman.com

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Globaloria and Games for Change Announce Finalists and Winners of Game Design Competition for Houston Public School Students

Houston students to be honored at awards gala for creating their own games for social change
as part of citywide competition

November 9, 2016 (Houston, Texas): Over the past school year, 4,000 Globaloria middle and high school students from Houston ISD, Alief ISD, and Sheldon ISD have been learning computer science, digital game design and coding as part of their career and technical education (CTE). This week, 37 student finalists were announced as part of Globaloria’s and Games for Change’s Game Design Competition where students learned to develop educational games about community issues and future STEM careers, such as nanotechnology and 3D design. Of the finalists, 16 winners were chosen, including twelve girls and four boys, and will be honored at the Games for Change Student Challenge Awards Gala on November 16, 2016, taking place at Grotto’s Ballroom in Houston.

Globaloria is a leading provider of K-12 computer science (CS) education, founded on the mission that all public school students should have access to education that enables them to become computer-literate. This new generation of computer-savvy students will drive the local and global digital economy, close socioeconomic digital divides, and reduce gender gaps in STEM and CS careers. As the largest program of its kind nationwide in 2015-16, Globaloria courses generated more than 700,000 hours of web design in public school classrooms, led by 650 educators in 150 schools across 15 states, and aims to double size during this 2016-17 school year.

“We partnered with Games for Change, a leading national organization that facilitates the creation and distribution of professional digital games for humanitarian purposes and social impact,” said Dr. Idit Harel, CEO and Founder of Globaloria, “because our two organizations share the belief that a great way for youth to learn computer science is by making educational games on STEM subjects and community issues – on topics that matter to them now and in their future.”

Globaloria and G4C implemented a citywide educational competition that encouraged Houston students to design digital games about real-world issues, with support from the Barlovento Foundation, WNBA, and Houston ISD. Teachers from schools across Houston, Alief and Sheldon were trained to run game design courses using the award-winning Globaloria blended-learning platform. In its first year in Houston, the program engaged over 3,700 students, of which 45% were girls. 80 Houston public school educators received training to run 155 game design courses in 37 schools.

“Game design offers a pathway to career opportunities, helping young people build 21st century skills such as collaboration and critical thinking,” explained G4C President Susanna Pollack. “The G4C Student Challenge program prepares students for college and jobs that leverage technology and games for a better world.”

Civic Engagement
Houston students were invited to make games about two civic-engagement themes:

  • 1) Future STEM Careers (a career that can improve the community, now and in the future);
  • 2) Community Impact (a community or social issue).

Submissions were evaluated based on quality of creativity, gameplay, design and coding, and use of theme. Here are the 16 Winners of the Globaloria & Games for Change Houston Student Challenge 2016:

Future STEM Careers:
Melissa B._Protect Creatures
Melissa B., Protect Creatures, Hamilton Middle School, Houston ISD

Camaya E._Good Decisions
Camaya E., Good Decisions, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Rahawa G._Nanomachines Strike Back
Rahawa G., Nanomachines Strike Back, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Eliana M._Safe-Proof
Eliana M., Safe-Proof, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Joanna M._Medicine at a Distance
Joanna M., Medicine at a Distance, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Giscar O._Dr. Wifi
Giscar O., Dr. Wifi, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Larsen T._ASTP
Larsen T., ASTP, Pin Oak Middle School, Houston ISD

Karime V._Surgery at a Distance
Karime V., Surgery at a Distance, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Community Impact:
JoeyRay A._Clean the City
JoeyRay A., Clean the City, Hamilton Middle School, Houston ISD

Arial B._Oil Action
Arial B., Oil Action, Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD

Daniela B._Carl's Cellular Mission
Daniela B., Carl’s Cellular Mission, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Maritza B._Save A Life
Maritza B., Save A Life, C.E. King Middle School, Sheldon ISD

Stephany F._Smart Materials
Stephany F., Smart Materials, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Lizbeth Diaz L._Green World
Lizbeth Diaz L., Green World, Sharpstown High School, Houston ISD

Lynesia M._Solar Panels
Lynesia M., Solar Panels, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Anh Hoang N._Marathon Water Supplies
Anh Hoang N., Marathon Water Supplies, Alief Taylor High School, Alief ISD

Prizes for the 16 Student Challenge Winners emphasize STEM career opportunities in Houston related to the themes of Future STEM Careers and Community Impact. The 2016 Houston Challenge prizes include:

  • Lunch with a senior executive and tour of innovation center (provided by Avanade)
  • Classroom visit by a professional game designer (provided by Bouncing Pixel)
  • Exclusive museum and office tour (provided by Contemporary Arts Museum Houston)
  • Office tour and lunch with a company executive (provided by Creative Circle)
  • Gallery tour, leadership workshop and lunch (provided by Diverseworks)
  • Exclusive museum tour and meeting with staff (provided by Lawndale Art Center)
  • Shadowing opportunity, lunch and an office tour (provided by Obsidian Learning)

These prizes will be presented an invitation-only Awards Gala at Grotto’s Ballroom in Houston on November 16th. For more information on attending the event that includes VIP speakers and student demos, contact: Leeann Bartee, Globaloria Director of Programs: leeann@globaloria.com | 817-475-4853

The 37 Finalists of the Globaloria & Games for Change Houston Student Challenge 2016 are:
(sorted by schools, then students’ last initials – winners are starred with *)

Community Impact:
* Anh Hoang N., Marathon Water Supplies, Alief Taylor High School, Alief ISD
* Arial B., Oil Action, Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD
* Maritza B., Save A Life, C.E. King Middle School, Sheldon ISD
* JoeyRay A., Clean the City, Hamilton Middle School, Houston ISD
* Lizbeth Diaz L., Green World, Sharpstown High School, Houston ISD
* Daniela B., Carl’s Cellular Mission, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
* Stephany F., Smart Materials, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Dulce J., Save the Animals, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
* Lynesia M., Solar Panels, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Ha T., Smart Materials, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD

Future STEM Careers:
Jos-i Wayene Signey G., Computer Part Hunt, Alief Taylor High School, Alief ISD
Ahmed A., Digestive Beatdown, Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD
Mallory J., Pig Palooza, Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD
Alexa O., Rainforest Math, Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD
Samuel Y., Algebra Pro, Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD
* Melissa B., Protect Creatures, Hamilton Middle School, Houston ISD
Ryan M., Battle Side, Pin Oak Middle School, Houston ISD
* Larsen T., ASTP, Pin Oak Middle School, Houston ISD
Adrian T., Space Adventure, Stevenson Middle School, Houston ISD
Loan T., Saving the Wild, Stevenson Middle School, Houston ISD
Maryam A., Future Nanotechnology, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Giovanni B., Escape the Quake!, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Mreedu B., White Blood Cells to the Rescue, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Evelyn C., Fix It Pablo, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
* Camaya E., Good Decisions, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Elizabeth F., Rise of the Doctors, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
* Rahawa G., Nanomachines Strike Back, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Tyteana G., Thomas, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Naja J., Wild Thing, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Robyn L., Grab and Go, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
* Eliana M. Safe-Proof, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
* Joanna M., Medicine at a Distance, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
* Giscar O., Dr. Wifi, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Alessandra Munoz P., Bell the Train, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Maria Perez R., Toxic Escape, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
Sasha S., Out of Time, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD
* Karime V., Surgery at a Distance, Young Women College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD


About Games for Change:
Games for Change (G4C) is a nonprofit that empowers creators and social innovators to drive real-world change using digital games that help people to learn, improve their communities, and contribute to make the world a better place. G4C incubates game projects; convenes stakeholders, produces game arcades and events to engage the public; teaches game design to educators and youth to advance learning and civic participation; and fosters the exchange of ideas and resources through workshops and consulting projects.

About Globaloria:
Globaloria is a leading provider of computer science education and learning platforms and courses that teach PreK-12 students how to design, prototype, and code educational games and simulations as a means of learning core school subjects, 21st-Century content, and computational innovation skills. Established in 2006, and used by thousands of teachers and students nationwide, the Globaloria social mission is to democratize STEM, gaming, and computing education opportunities necessary for the global innovation industries and the economic development of large cities like San Jose, Austin, Houston, and NYC.

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EdTech Provider Globaloria Launches a New Course – Game Inventor – Teaching Computer Science, Innovation, Teamwork, and Coding Starting in Pre-K

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Ron Wolfe (Executive Director of Partnerships, Texas) with Elementary School students in Beeville ISD, Texas

October 23, 2016 (AUSTIN, TEXAS): 100 educators and education leaders are getting together on Monday, Oct. 24 in Beeville, Texas, for the launch of a new groundbreaking computer science course for ages 4 to 9. Following a day of hands-on training, the new course, Game Inventor, will engage 1,300 students in Pre-K to 4th grades on the Globaloria blended-learning platform in taking first steps in computer science and engineering innovation as well as design and coding skills.

Globaloria is a provider of K-12 computer science education founded on the mission that all students should have access to become computer-literate generation in order to drive the global, digital economy, close socioeconomic digital divides, and reduce gender gaps in STEM and CS careers. As the largest program of its kind nationwide in 2015-16, Globaloria courses generated more than 700,000 hours of design thinking in public-school classrooms, led by 650 educators in 150 schools across 15 states, and aims to double in size during this school year.

“My School Board and I decided this past summer to partner with Globaloria to provide computer science and computational thinking curriculum to ALL our students in Beeville ISD. Globaloria trained 250 educators and education leaders in August, and we’ve been rolling out these CS courses in all our upper elementary, middle and high schools during September and October,” said Beeville Superintendent Dr. Marc Puig. “We strongly believe that computer science and coding are important new literacy required to solve key challenges in our community, the state of Texas, and the world. We want our students to grow up with mastery of these languages – English, Spanish, and Computer Science — becoming fluent in all the old and new literacies.”

“Clearly, the future of education will include mandatory computer science education at all grade-levels. There is no time to lose another generation. We believe it’s a human right that should be accessible to all students everywhere,” said Dr. Idit Harel, CEO and Founder of Globaloria and award winning author of the book Children Designers. “It is our collective responsibility to educate the next generation of change-makers and innovators by providing accessible computer science resources for teacher training, and fun programs that allow students, to thrive in our digital world. We are thrilled that Dr. Puig, his School Board and his entire faculty on six campuses are committed to the White House Computer Science for All initiative (#CSForAll) to empower every one of America’s students with the skills they need to be creators and leaders in the digital economy.”

The new Game Inventor course requires 20-25 hours of engagement over one month, one semester or two, can be easily integrated into any school schedule, and expanded to more instructional hours as needed. It is designed to:

  • 1) Introduce fundamental concepts of computer science starting in Pre-K;
  • 2) Foster an understanding of the ‘computer-science mindset’ among early-childhood learners;
  • 3) Put learners in active roles of inventors and designers of computer games; and
  • 4) Apply computational thinking to school subjects benefitting both standard-aligned academic learning and computer science learning.

Several fundamental computer science concepts are repetitively learned in this course by moving young learners through a typical iterative engineering and design thinking — from concrete activities using body movement and verbal expression, to representational activities expressing ideas in drawings, sketches and journaling, to building the ideas in the digital world using computational thinking and digital tools. Teachers lead students through 6 course topics in 5 modalities: ‘inventor circles’, ‘game-playing,’ ‘game-acting,’ ‘game-inventing,’ and ‘game-coding,’ to experience several core CS practices, for example, creating an all-inclusive computing culture (Everyone Can Do Computer Science!); project-based teamwork (Collaboration Rules!); computational thinking for solving real-world problems (Computational Thinking is Fun!); using algorithms and abstractions (Software Inventors Use Special Language and Routines!); creating computational artifacts (Constructionist Learning is Empowering!); research, testing and refining (Inventors Constantly Test and Modify!); developing vocabulary by communicating verbally about computer science (We Learn Best by Teaching and Explaining!). This course is design to be taught year-after-year for 3-4 years, for exploring a variety of school subjects in greater depth, and building multiple innovative ideas. In addition, Globaloria plans to have Spanish and ELL versions of this course, and offers several beginner-advanced courses that can be taught immediately after this course is completed.

“The Game Inventor course uses the same computational innovation and design-thinking methods my colleague Idit Harel and I have used as graduate students at the MIT Media Lab!” said Dr. Allison Druin, Globaloria Early Childhood Education Advisor and University of Maryland iSchool Professor, past Lab Director, Associate Dean, and Chief Futurist. “We designed computational-learning experiences for young children following real-world practices, and the design innovation methods we facilitate in Game Inventor have been used by my researchers at Maryland and in industry (e.g., Google, Nickelodeon, Pearson), government organizations (U.S. National Park Service, Office of Science, Technology and Policy in the White House, U.S. Library of Congress), and in universities (e.g., University of Washington, MIT, Carnegie Mellon).” Dr. Druin, a world renowned published academic author of books and articles, worked with Globaloria CEO Dr. Harel at MIT 25 years ago, has since received numerous awards from the 2016 CHI Academy, the 2014 ACM Distinguished Scientist Award, and the 2010 SIGCHI Social Impact Award.


Globaloria is a leading national provider of computer science education. Its blended-learning platform, course catalogue for students, and comprehensive teacher training courses, enable K-12 students to become socially-minded, innovative change-makers through computer science learning programs. The Globaloria pathways (for CTE, STEM and Core integration) offer effective and adequate methods to teach computer science using industry-standard programming languages and professional digital media tools. For more information contact: Christina.Felton@edelman.com

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Press Release: Globaloria Announces Regional Finalists of the 2016 Globey Game Design Competitions and Awards

Globaloria Announces Regional Finalists of the 2016 Globey Game Design Competitions and Awards

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SEPTEMBER 8, 2016 (AUSTIN, TEXAS) – Globaloria, a leading provider of computer science education for K-12, announced today the 2016 Regional Finalists of the Globey Game Design Competitions and Awards. Created in 2008, the Globey Competition is integral to the total learning experience of all Globaloria students nationwide by enhancing students’ STEM skills and computational fluency, engineering, teamwork, and design thinking, motivating them, and pacing them creatively through a variety of game design and coding courses.

“This annual program celebrates our students’ learning accomplishments nationwide and highlights their learning processes demonstrated through their final projects,” said Dr. Idit Harel, CEO and Founder of Globaloria. “This is a serious form of brain sports, and this year’s 274 finalists are a great testament to the impact the courses have on building students’ knowledge and abilities in STEM and computing. I believe these games speak for themselves. They are quite hard to conceive, plan, and make!”

As the largest program of its kind in the nation in 2015-2016, Globaloria has generated 700,000 hours of design thinking in classrooms lead by 650 educators in 150 schools and 15 states: Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, Michigan, Oklahoma, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Utah, Washington, DC, West Virginia and Wyoming. This success is seen through the support and courage of educators and principals to learn and lead computer science education with excellence across all subjects among thousands of students in K12 public schools.

In addition, we thank Barlovento Foundation for supporting the Globaloria students from Houston ISD, as part of Globaloria Partnership with Games for Change Student Challenge in Houston. From 35 Houston schools, 27 students were Regional Finalists.

The 2016 Globeys regional finalists from across the country are now entered into our national pool. The highly anticipated announcement of National Finalists will be made in mid-September. National Finalists will receive the opportunity to meet with educational leaders, VIPs, sponsors and the press at the Texas State Capitol in Austin for the National Awards ceremony taking place on September 24th, 2016.

The Regional Finalists of the 2016 Globeys were nominated in 9 different categories based on the specific courses they took. They are:

Game Prototype:
Anahi R., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Aristides M., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Daisy V., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Duen N., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Gerardo V., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Julie P., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Kally A., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Kevin T., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Lesly S., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas
Truong N., Cesar E. Chavez High School, Houston ISD, Texas

Game Design Essentials:
Emily M., Jack’s Adventure, Losoya Intermediate School, Southside ISD, Texas
Jade L., Felciano’s Adventure, Losoya Intermediate School, Southside ISD, Texas

Game Code Remix:
Angel S., Safari Adventure, Concourse Village Elementary School, Bronx, New York
Aurora L., Gem Quest, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Carson G., Get to the Portal, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Coal N., Dino Hunt, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Emma R., Camp Fit, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Hongcheng L., Energy Cube, Curtis High School, Richmond, New York
Jeffrey B., Prison Escape, J.E. Dismus Middle School, Bergen, New Jersey
Ibrahim B., Ibrahim Challenge, Concourse Village Elementary School, Bronx, New York
Karina R., Karina’s World of Code, Entrada Academy, Bronx, New York
Maria De LS., Get Home!, Manhattan Academy for Arts and Language, New York, New York Marianna Q., Blood Cell Rescue, J.E. Dismus Middle School, Bergen, New Jersey
Miguel C., Bacteria Runner, J.E. Dismus Middle School, Bergen, New Jersey
Muhd R., Mission: Oz, George J Ryan Middle School, Queens, New York
Shane W., Bike Quest, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Shyla O., A Squire’s Fortitude, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Sofia S.C., Bird Rescue, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Star B., Paxi’s Adventure, Concourse Village Elementary School, Bronx, New York
Thomas H., Eric and His Cube, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Rylee H., Funky Monkey, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Zain R., Antler Hunter, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming

Game Concept (JavaScript):
Abigail S., North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Aldo Z., C.T. English Middle School, Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District, California
Alex G., Pin Oak Middle School, Houston ISD, Texas
Amanda C., Karnes City High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Amy W., Pin Oak Middle School, Houston ISD, Texas
Anh N., Stevenson Middle School, Houston ISD, Texas
Austin W., North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Braeden G., Pryor Junior High School, Pryor Public Schools, Oklahoma
Bright A., Bronx Academy for Software Engineering, Bronx, New York
Brooke G., Karnes City Junior High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Caleb W., Pryor Junior High School, Pryor Public Schools, Oklahoma
Carlos A., Pryor Junior High School, Pryor Public Schools, Oklahoma
Charlotte B., Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School, California
Coby C., Pin Oak Middle School, Houston ISD, Texas
Christine C., Stevenson Middle School, Houston ISD, Texas
Dallas M., Pryor Junior High School, Pryor Public Schools, Oklahoma
Daniel F., C.T. English Middle School, Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District, California
Disha C., Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD, Texas
Donnell H., John D. Wells MS50, Kings, New York
Draven K., Livonia Career Technical Center, Livonia Public Schools, Michigan
Emily D., Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School, California
Fernanda Aguado O., Bedichek Middle School, Austin ISD, Texas
Gabriel J., Pryor Junior High School, Pryor Public Schools, Oklahoma
Gavin S., Karnes City Junior High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Giscar O., Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD, Texas
Hadley D/B, Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School, California
Hasin R., Ditmas Junior High School 62, Kings, New York
Hector C., Cathedral High School at Los Angeles, Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District, California
Izabelle W., Karnes City High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Jesse C., Cathedral High School at Los Angeles, Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District, California
Josh J., North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Jordyn V., Bedichek Middle School, Austin ISD, Texas
Joshua F., Pryor Junior High School, Pryor Public Schools, Oklahoma
Kenzie M., Tongue River High School, Sheridan County School District #1, Wyoming
Kripa P., Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD, Texas
Loren H., Tongue River High School, Sheridan County School District #1, Wyoming
Lucy W., Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School, California
Luke B., MS324 Patria Mirabel School, New York, New York
Madeleine F., Karnes City Junior High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Maciej B., C.T. English Middle School, Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District, California
Mariah G., Karnes City High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Martiza B., C.E. King Middle School, Sheldon ISD, Texas
Maxwell R., Tongue River High School, Sheridan County School District #1, Wyoming
Michelle F., Bedichek Middle School, Austin ISD, Texas
Mikayla W., Pryor Junior High School, Pryor Public Schools, Oklahoma
Munachimso M., Hastings High School, Alief ISD, Texas
Myranda N., Bedichek Middle School, Austin ISD, Texas
Neha K., Irwin Altman MS172, Queens, New York
Reagan M., Tongue River High School, Sheridan County School District #1, Wyoming
Robert B., Jefferson High School, Jefferson ISD, Texas
Ryan H., Jefferson High School, Jefferson ISD, Texas
Savannah J., Livonia Career Technical Center, Livonia Public Schools, Michigan
Tyler S., Livonia Career Technical Center, Livonia Public Schools, Michigan

Action Game (JavaScript):
Adam R., Art Kingdom, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Ahmed A., Digestive Beatdown, Baylor College of Medicine at Ryan, Houston ISD, Texas
Amy V., The Drought of CA, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Anh Hoang N. Marathon Water Supplies, Alief Taylor High School, Alief ISD, Texas
Anna L., Escape the Titanic, C.T. English Middle School, Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District, California
Aodhan Mi., 1066, Randolph Technical Center, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Brian F., Asgard Mythology, Lehman High School, Hays CISD, Texas
Brittney B., End World Hunger, Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria, Queens, New York
Cheatham M., Snappy Synonyms, Little Snake River Valley School, Wyoming
Daniel De LC., Bacteria Outbreak, Cathedral High School at Los Angeles, California
Dylan D., Data Dash, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Eliana M., Safe-Proof, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD, Texas
Elora H., The Lost One, David Crockett High School, Austin ISD, Texas
Eric Justine E., Espiritu’s Game, Cathedral High School at Los Angeles, California
Evelyn C., Fix It Pablo, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD, Texas
Fernanda V., Save Fido, Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria, Queens, New York
Giscar O., Dr. Wifi, Lori Dunklin, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD, Texas
Hector C., Avoid the Bacteria, Cathedral High School at Los Angeles, California
Izabelle W., Welcome to the Jungle, Karnes City High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Jae Ho C., You Got Game?, Cathedral High School at Los Angeles, California
Jannat A., Shivangi R., No Jail, No Wail, Irwin Altman MS172, Queens, New York
Jessica D., Fixing Curiosity, Karnes City High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Jimmy L., Space Escape, Karnes City High School, Karnes ISD, Texas
Jose G., Run Run Run!, Cathedral High School at Los Angeles, California
Jose H., Starting Over, Lehman High School, Hays CISD, Texas
Josh J., The House of Food: The Truth, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools West Virginia
Kaylnne G., Cookie Crazy, Randolph Technical Center, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Loan T., Saving the Wild, Stevenson Middle School, Houston ISD, Texas
Lynesia M., Solar Panels, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD, Texas
Maria Perez R., Toxic Escape, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD, Texas
Martiza B., Save A Life, C.E. King Middle School, Sheldon ISD, Texas
Michael R., Highway Escape, STEAM Academy @ Burke, El Rancho Unified School District, California
Mreddu B., White Blood Cells to the Rescue, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD, Texas
Rahawa G., Nanomachines Strike Back, Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy, Houston ISD, Texas
Riley H., Escape the Underworld, Lehman High School, Hays CISD, Texas
Savannah J., Beat, Livonia Career Technical Center, Livonia Public Schools, Michigan
Sean M., Project Tera, Hays High School, Hays CISD, Texas
Seth D., The Trig of Pearl Harbor, Cathedral High School at Los Angeles, California
Stephanie B., Salva La Nutria Marina, Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria, Queens, New York
Steven N., Humphrey’s Adventure, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Tyler S., Simply States, Livonia Career Technical Center, Livonia Public Schools, Michigan
Ulysses M., Dat Shark (Ted), David Crockett High School, Austin ISD, Texas
Valerie S., A Journey Through Space, Lehman High School, Hays CISD, Texas

Hidden Object Game:
Aiden P., The Land of Magic, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Amish P., Dinosaur Mystery, Highland Park Community School, Brooklyn, New York
Andrew H., Golfing Adventure with Bob, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Ashlyn J., Mystery Barn Search, Canyon Middle School, Comal ISD, Texas
Asma B., Young Women’s Leadership School of Queens, Queens, New York
Ava H., Endangered Animals, Tygarts Valley High School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Bailey D., At The Library, Tongue River Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Blaine A., Saving the Sea, Tygarts Valley High School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Caden B., Blackbeard’s Doom, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Chaz S., How to survive…Ahead of time, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Cierra F., Hazards in your Home, Woodrow Wilson High School, Raleigh County Schools, West Virginia
Chiianna O., Fire Hazards, Tygarts Valley High School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Dakota A., The Battle of Stalingrad, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Dallas H., Drumline Jumble, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Daniela K R., Endangered Birds Search, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Digna L., Parliament, Young Women’s Leadership School of Queens, Queens, New York
Donathon L., Susanoo and Orochi, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Donovan K., Save the Dragon, Tongue River Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Dustin D., Cell Search, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Ebanie L., Save The Ocean, Canyon Middle School, Comal ISD, Texas
Emily S., Know Your Shapes, Young Women’s Leadership School of Queens,Queens, New York
Fernando A., Digestive Track Check, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Garrett J., Chickens, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Grace S., Innovation of the Internet, Tongue River Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Gunnar B., Classroom Clean-Up, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Haris K., Crazy Kitchen, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Hector C., Safety Hazards in the Classroom, Julius L Matthey Middle School, Southside ISD, Texas
Izabella C., African Animal Genus and Species, Tongue River Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Ja’la C., Underwater Creatures, Canyon Middle School, Comal ISD, Texas
Jacksen S., Healthy Food vs Unhealthy Food, Tongue River Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Jaydon K., Save the Seals, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Jenny N., Circuit Rush, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Jose S., Input vs Output, Julius L Matthey Middle School, Southside ISD, Texas
Jenna R., Ocean Madness, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Jesse Fullmer S., Build A Computer, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Johanna E., Lost in the Jungle, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Joseph P., Hunting Post, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Joshua P., The Hidden Secrets of War, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Juliana R., Abstract animals, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Justin N., D-Day Items Search, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Kaden B., The Half Pipe, Tongue River Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Kassandra M., Safety Hazards, Julius L Matthey Middle School, Southside ISD, Texas
Kayla C., Beach Disaster, Parkersburg High School, Wood County Schools, West Virginia
Kennan B., Find the pandas!!, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Landon P., Chess Master, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Loren H., The Park Adventure, Tongue River Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Lucas Y., Camouflage Calamity, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Mary B., Polar Meltdown, Canyon Middle School, Comal ISD, Texas
Minhanh L., Constellation Search, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Morgan W., Help the Ocean, Spring Branch Middle School, Comal ISD, Texas
Nashaly S.M., Healthy Choices, Canyon Middle School, Comal ISD, Texas
Nathan C., Lost in the Park, Canyon Middle School, Comal ISD, Texas
Pierson P., Norse Monsters, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Raina S., Playground Mystery, Beehive Science and Technology Academy, Granite School District, Utah
Richard O., Dino Bone Hunter, Bernal Intermediate School, Oak Grove School District, California
Robert P., World War One Emergency, Woodrow Wilson High School, Raleigh County Schools, West Virginia
Rylee H., Farmer Dave’s Cows, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Samantha A., Animal Rescue, Yesid Gonzalez, Young Women’s Leadership School of Queens, Queens, New York
Samuel S., Wild Animal Hunt, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Sophie B., Macrophage, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Sydnee P., Tiger Rescue, Tongue River Middle School, Sublette County District #1, Wyoming
Tiffany B., Makeup Cleanup, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Tracey M., Animal Rescue, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Tyler P., Unplugged 20xx: Preventing an Adobe Flash Flood, Marion County Schools, North Marion High School, West Virginia
Tyree G., Discrimination Game, Woodrow Wilson High School, Raleigh County Schools, West Virginia
Vivian N., Zodiac Constellations, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California

Action Game (ActionScript):
Abigail C., Olympus in Trouble, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Bailey W., Monkey Run, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Boone Oliverio, Sidequest, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Caleb H., Cowboy Action, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Catherine S., The Salem Witch Trials, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Cameron A., Constellation Craze, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Chris C., Escape the Hunter, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Coal N., Hockey to the Math, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Cole R., Shark Bait, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Daniela K R., What A Peregine Falcon Eats, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Fernando U., Gladiator Game, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Frank P., Food Poisoning, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Jacob S., Space Quest, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Jasmine S., Making Money, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Justin G., Basket-Math, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Justin N., A Scientist’s Journey, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Loren H., Basketball Math Adventure, Tongue River High School, Sheridan County School District #1, Wyoming
Ishita P., Hero Rush, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Maxwell R., Plague, Tongue River High School, Sheridan County School District #1, Wyoming
Minhanh L., The Dinosaur Game, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Mitchell P., Aluminum Adventure, Pinedale Middle School, Sublette County School District #1, Wyoming
Robert P., The Battle of Yorktown, Woodrow Wilson High School, Raleigh County Schools, West Virginia
Ryan P., Bob Ross, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Sydney S., Bonjour Paris, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Taylor M., Aquatic Adventure, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Tyler P., Itsy-Bitsy, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia
Williams O., Pyramid Peril, North Marion High School, Marion County Schools, West Virginia

Team Game:
Alejandra O., Erelin M., Madison M., HELP, Christopher School, Oak Grove School District, California
Andrew H., Danny L., SE3, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Angellena E., Litzy C., Yahaira M., Gully Free Zone, Christopher School, Oak Grove School District, California
Anthony S., Blanka O., Kyle F., Crazy Coding, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Ashleigh O., Kaden N., Sierra C., The Return of the Dinosaurs, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
August H., Marek P., Maxwell Taniguchi K., Immune Army, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Austin B., Put It Out, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Brayden B., Joshua B., Micha A., Dog Breed 101, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Carly B., Tracey M., Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Christian M., Fruedian Mind Slip, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Eric S., Heidi V., Leslie G., Raymund B., What A Feeling, Christopher School, Oak Grove School District, California
Herschel M., Hoang-ha L., Sebastian Diaz G., Kicking Calculations, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Ian M., Shaun T., The Amazing Duckling, Tygarts Valley Middle School, Randolph County Schools, West Virginia
Isaac S., Automania, Hurricane High School, Putnam County Schools, West Virginia
Isabel P., Matthew N., Pallavi R., The Keeper of the Elements, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Jenna K., Jenny N., Sally H., Magnificent Monarch March, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Jillian H., Miranda C., Ocean Commotion, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California
Kayla H., Jenna Y., Oil Spill Clean-Up, Adventure STEM Academy, Oak Grove School District, California

Mobile Game:
Alexander G., Atomic Atoms, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Amy V., The Circulatory System, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Christina N., Traditional Folk Dancing of Asia, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Cindy N., Romeo and Juliet, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Dominic P., Save Bob, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Jennifer T., Circle of Life, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Jimmy N., Space Aliens, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Quy A., The Hunt, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Steven N., Willford the Math Magician, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California
Vincent L., Huntings, Sylvandale Middle School, Franklin McKinley School District, California


Globaloria is a leading provider of Computer Science Education nationally and is committed to #CSForAll. Our learning platform, catalogue of courses and pathways for K12 is teaching kids and teens computer science and how to design and code educational games and apps using industry-standard programming languages and professional digital media tools.

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Globaloria Continues to Expand Presence and Impact in Texas Schools with a New Partnership with Beeville Independent School District

New partnership to expand access to computer science education for 2,500 students and teachers, transforming how students learn core subjects with constant exposure to STEM and 21st-century skills

Austin, Texas, July 28, 2016 – The Globaloria Company today announced a new partnership with Beeville Independent School District. Beeville ISD will become the first school district in Texas to implement computer science education for all districtwide. This partnership continues a strong legacy of Globaloria’s leading presence in the State of Texas with partnerships in 75 schools impacting 11,000 educators and students, and growing.

“At Beeville ISD, we understand that in order for our students to succeed in the global economy, a strong computer science education is a necessity,” said Dr. Marc Puig, Superintendent at Beeville ISD. “This new partnership with Globaloria marks a major milestone for our district, providing our students with a platform that truly helps exposing to STEM and become global innovators by strengthening their digital, analytical, problem solving, interpersonal and collaborative skills.”

Education Could Become a Game for Students

Read “Education could become a game for students” on the Beeville Bee-Picayune here

Globaloria is a leading provider of high-quality computer science education, focusing on serving all populations including all underserved communities – including minorities and English language learners – those underrepresented in the tech industry, and those from all socioeconomic backgrounds. The organization has a track record of closing the digital divide across socioeconomic backgrounds and in underserved communities. Beeville ISD, a rural district with 80 percent of campuses designated Title 1, is defying the odds to implement computer science education districtwide.

“Texas can serve as a model for states across the country as they look to implement computer science education programs in their classrooms,” said Robert Scott, former Texas commissioner of education and Globaloria advisor. “The Beeville partnership with Globaloria is another example of how schools across the state are partnering with an innovative leader to ensure all students have resources and skills needed to be true global citizens and innovators.”

“Computer science is the new foundational knowledge for our ever-increasing technological society and represents the new form of literacy in our digital economy, and a necessary mindset for solving the world’s most pressing problems,” said Idit Harel, MIT PhD, Globaloria Founder and CEO. “Access to computer science education is a basic human right and must be integrated in the day-to-day instruction, so students have a truly immersive experience. At Globaloria, we are so proud to be working with Beeville ISD to transform how students learn core subjects with constant exposure to STEM and Computing.”


About Globaloria
Globaloria is a leading provider of Computer Science Education throughout the nation. Using our courses and training curriculum, K-12 students (and teachers) learn to design, prototype and program educational video games with industry-standard technology and engineering practices. Our programs have seen success among teachers in schools in rural and urban communities of varied socioeconomic status. Research has shown that Globaloria is scalable and effective, educating students in both conceptual and technical computing skills and content knowledge that result in improved academic performance and increased digital literacy.

Contact for Partnerships: Ron Wolfe: ron@globaloria.com (214) 334-2406
Contact for Press: Matthew Di Taranto: Matthew.ditaranto@edelman.com (212) 819-4862

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White House Science Fair Acknowledges Globaloria’s Commitment to Computer Science Education for All

We are happy to announce that today marks the 6th and final White House Science Fair under the Obama Administration, celebrating the best and brightest future scientists, engineers, mathematical thinkers and innovators. In addition to the truly inspiring students who are using science to tackle some of our nation’s greatest challenges, the White House is acknowledging Globaloria’s commitment to STEM and Computer Science Education. In 2016, we’re committed to teaching computer science to thousands of K12 students and training 400 educators in 300 schools and libraries in rural, urban and economically-underserved communities.

Globaloria leadership and educators strongly believe that Computer Science, Design and Engineering are the new fundamental literacies. Therefore, we introduce all kinds of teachers to CS, and train them on integrating computational tools into whatever subjects they teach, much like reading and writing.Globaloria leadership and educators strongly believe that Computer Science, Design and Engineering are the new fundamental literacies. Therefore, we introduce all kinds of teachers to CS, and train them on integrating computational tools into whatever subjects they teach, much like reading and writing.

Since the beginning of President Obama’s administration, Dr. Idit Harel and her Globaloria team have been key players in advocating for and supporting The White House’s STEM initiatives including its newest “Computer Science for All,” for widening access to computer science education to all students across the U.S., the “Maker Movement” encouraging more young people to create and invent, and the “Career Technical Education Makeover,” providing students access to learning and mastering the tools to design, build and engineer, using innovative computational knowledge and skills.

“If we want ALL children to learn new computing skills and master hard CS concepts, we need to make learning fun. We also must train and support ALL teachers throughout the nation,” said Dr. Idit Harel, Globaloria CEO and Founder. “Inventing, designing, coding and engineering educational computer games and apps is the new science. STEM is the new literacy. CS is thinking power. Coding is the new writing.”

We are honored and feel incredibly proud to have influenced and impacted the White House’s Computer Science for All initiative and to be bringing computer science education to thousands of students, many of whom come from diverse and underserved backgrounds. Our goal is to scale to bring computer science for all.

Read more about Globaloria’s commitment and the students and organizations being recognized this year at the White House Science Fair here in the press release.


On April 11, Dr. Idit Harel (center) met with US-CTO Megan Smith (left) and her team at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, to share best practices and discuss the urgency of scaling CSForAll nationwide. They also met with Erik Martin (right), OSTP Intern on the White House Science Fair. Congress established the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) in 1976 with mandate to advise the President and Executive Office on the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs. Beginning in 2010, President Obama established a tradition of welcoming K12 students from around the country to the White House for the Annual White House Science Fair, recognizing the extraordinary work that our Nation's young people are already doing in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), and inspiring others to get excited about and involved in these important subjects. On April 12, Dr. Idit Harel (center) met with US-CTO Megan Smith (left) and her team at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, to share best practices and discuss the urgency of scaling CSForAll nationwide. They also met with Erik Martin (right), OSTP Intern on the White House Science Fair.

Congress established the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) in 1976 with mandate to advise the President and Executive Office on the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs.

Beginning in 2010, President Obama established a tradition of welcoming K12 students from around the country to the White House for the Annual White House Science Fair, recognizing the extraordinary work that our Nation’s young people are already doing in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), and inspiring others to get excited about and involved in these important subjects.

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Globaloria Announces National Finalists & Winners of the 2015 Globey Game Design Competitions and Awards

December 7, 2015 (New York, NY) – Globaloria announced today the 2015 winners of the Globey Game Design Competitions and Awards in the following three categories: Hidden Object Game, Action Game and Team Game. This year marks the 8th Annual Globey Competition.

Created in 2008, the Globey Competition is integral to the total learning experience of all Globaloria students nationwide. It is designed to enhance students’ STEM skills and computational fluency, motivate them, and pace them creatively through a variety of game design and coding courses.

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Press Release: AlwaysOn Declares Globaloria a Global 100 Company to Watch

AlwaysOn Declares Globaloria a Global 100 Company to Watch
Recognition for “Creating New Opportunities in the Global Silicon Valley”

Redwood City, CA, July 8, 2015 – Globaloria is one of AlwaysOn’s Global 100 Companies to Watch. The award signifies Globaloria’s leadership, game-changing approaches and technologies that are disrupting existing markets and entrenched players. AlwaysOn’s Editorial team and industry experts from round the globe selected Globaloria based on a set of five criteria: Innovation, Market Potential, Commercialization, Stakeholder Value, and Media Buzz. Globaloria and the rest of the Global 100 will be honored at the 10th Annual Innovation Summit at Silicon Valley’s Computer History Museum on July 9, 2015.

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