ICI Learning Game Featured at National ED Games Expo

April 14, 2020

The 7th annual ED Games Expo, held in Washington, D.C., featured a range of educational games and learning technologies for children with and without disabilities. One featured learning tool was Future Quest Island-Explorations (FQI-E), developed and run by staffers on our Education & Transition team here at the ICI. 

The U.S. Department of Education funded the expo, which highlighted a range of products and presenters ranging from university staffers to venture capitalists.

Future Quest Island-Explorations (FQI-E) is underwritten by a Stepping Up to Technology grant from the Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs, or OSEP. See the story above for more on how FQI-E supports students of all abilities. 

"Attending the expo and checking out some of the 150 learning games was a really awesome and unique experience," said Lori Cooney, a program coordinator and universal instructional design specialist at ICI who leads creation and implementation of FQI-E. 

Learn more about Future Quest Island-Explorations.