About

Self-Paced Learning for All Skill Levels and Roles

  • Online, software as a service, fully hosted platform accessible from any mobile, tablet or computer device

  • Targeted, multi-game feature to meet the needs of different roles within a district or organization

  • Short, incremental learning goals, to support adult learners on the go

Play our new Chrome Warrior Demo Game. Game On!

Personalized Professional Development

  • Players select from a number of missions and activities based on their personalized PD interests and skill level

  • Game design and pedagogy aligned with teachers needs and district goals for the classroom.

  • Personalized professional development that allows players to earn digital (open) badges and points, while mastering skills

Community Catalog

  • Start with an established pedagogy or customize and build your own

  • Hundreds of learning activities contributed by district Ed Tech departments

  • Select from SAMR, Project-Based Learning, 21st Century Classroom, Leadership, PLN and Tech Tool lessons

District Branding

  • Create your own game theme, branding and badges – now open or digital badges supported!

  • Incentivize teachers and administrators with recognition, prizes, tech and classroom items

  • Engage players in fun competition while learning what is applicable to them

Achievement Management & Evidence

  • Ability to reflect, link to, and upload player evidence

  • Multi-level achievement reviewers and approvers for easy management

  • Collaboration between approvers and players within the game

Chrome Warrior was released in 2014 as part of the Palm Springs Unified school district’s 1:1 initiative. In a large district, like PSUSD, this involved technology training for 1,000+ teachers in a very short period of time.

Traditional instructor-led training was a challenge with such large numbers and a compressed timeline. The district implemented Chrome Warrior to provide teachers with another self-paced, personalized path to learning how to use the computers that would soon be in the hands of students.

The use of Chrome Warrior supported a successful rollout of technology in the classroom and won a Models of Academic Excellence and Innovation award from the Riverside County Office of Education.