KerbalEdu is an official school-ready standalone* remix of the award winning game Kerbal Space Program. The game is available for everyone to purchase and has been enhanced with features that help integrate it into the classroom*. Players assist the lovable-but-hapless Kerbals as they build rockets and carry out orbital missions. Students master real-world physics and engineering skills as their understanding of STEM concepts blast off!
*No previous purchase of Kerbal Space Program required. *Game is also available at a discounted price for educational institutions. Available for PC Mac Linux
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Built on top of the hit indie game Kerbal Space Program developed by Squad, KerbalEdu unleashes student creativity with an iterative design approach to learning from mistakes. A perfect fit for physics and math curriculums in higher levels. Can also be used for any age group to demonstrate physics concepts and motivate students to engineer creative solutions through experimentation.
Both KerbalEdu and Kerbal Space Program are in active development and receive regular updates. Designed by teachers for teachers, KerbalEdu includes additional tools for educators to create custom mission scenarios, and key visual features intended to facilitate student understanding of the forces involved in orbital physics.
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Hey guys! Summer is drawing to a close and it’s time for another school year. KerbalEdu dev team hasn’t (only) been sunbathing. It’s time to show what we’ve been up to for the last couple of months. What do you think happens when Kerbals get their hands on a piece of human technology? You can stop wondering and find out in the latest update to KerbalEdu: Earth History Campaign!
What is Earth History Campaign? Earth History Campaign (EHC) is the first major content update for KerbalEdu that introduces students to the history of spaceflight, basics of gameplay and some essential physics concepts.We’ve listened to your feedback and it seems one of the biggest hurdles in bringing Kerbals to the classroom has been the high threshold for new players to get into the ga