Please tell me how this works as a pitch to contributors that doesn't rely on getting them to read a book.
Super Practica is similar to the Jump Math program that has had good results: https://jumpmath.org/us/research/
Jump Math consists of a series of worksheets and fine-grained instructions for teachers. Here's an excerpt from their teacher resources:
Super Practica is kind-of, sort-of, like automating the teacher in this program to replace them with a game that has replayable animations and demonstrations, and that gives immediate feedback. There will therefore also not be any problem with managing paperwork, grading, or the student having to match schedules with the teacher. If I put the mechanics of doing mathematics in the form of a game to replace the worksheets, which the Blueprint gives a plan for how to do, then Super Practica will be a strict improvement over this already good program.
What do you think? Is this a persuasive and understandable argument for the value of my design?
(Note: The excerpt is copyrighted and Jump Math requests not to copy it. Mods can delete it if they want.)
Are you using a small-screen device, such as mobile? There's a Level Select button at the top-left of the level screen. I know it's in a strange place, but I'm not sure how anyone could miss it if it's not too small or being cut off somehow. The current demo is not intended to be playable on small screens. Maybe I should note this on the Play page.
I linked the video in the opening post, but I'm guessing you have NoScript on or something like that. The only way to get to the video from the website right now is through the News page, which is my mistake considering its importance. I should put a link to it in the Play page.
Thanks for your feedback.