I Got This, created by UC Berkeley’s The Lawrence Hall of Science, is an interactive, first-person, educational story that follows a young teenage girl who discovers that she has type 2 diabetes, one of the fastest growing diseases in the US and around the world. Told in a real-world setting, I Got This focuses on the causes, symptoms, prevention, and social aspects of the life-changing disease. I Got This was created with funding from the National Institutes of Health, in collaboration with the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, and using advice from curriculum developers at the Hall, Tufts University, and Children's National Health System.
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The Lawrence Hall of Science, the University of California, Berkeley’s public science center, has been providing parents, kids, and educators with opportunities to engage with science since 1968. In the mobile environment, the Hall has produced a series of DIY informal science learning apps that have been featured in Wired Magazine, Gizmodo UK, FamilyFun Magazine, and Homeschool.com and won a Parents’ Choice Silver Medal.
Monster Heart Medic was created with funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Science Education Partnership Award program under award number R25 OD 010543.