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Looking for a better way to increase student engagement and understanding of chemistry?

Collisions helps high school students visualize and interact with chemistry concepts through fun and challenging games that integrate with your curriculum.

What teachers are saying

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The pedagogy aspect of game is very strong.

Matt A.

Chemistry Teacher, New York

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The game really does help students see that things are coming together in a certain way instead of letters on the board.

Brittan W.

Chemistry Teacher, Missouri

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Students that played the game did better on exams.

Loyola P.

Chemistry Teacher, Illinois

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I appreciate and feel strongly that the games force students to understand what they are doing. Loyola P.

Chemistry Teacher, Illinois

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Visuals are great, and games create environment for critical thinking.

Brian T.

Chemistry Teacher, Texas

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It complements the curriculum. Students need multiple representations for long term learning to occur. This also puts multiple senses to work.

Cathy M.

Chemistry Teacher, Ohio

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It is great for getting students engaged. There are good systems of modeling in the game that are hard to get anywhere else.

Carol H.

Chemistry Teacher, California

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Free demo

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Demo available on desktop.

Currently available on iPad, Android Tablets, and the web via subscription.