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Cooperative Learning themes for Pairs
Brief explanation: Describe an xml theme-schema to add Cooperative learning to the educational game Pairs. Modify the Pairs Theme Editor to support this new theme-schema.
Pairs is an educational game for children. Pairs allows the user to load external themes so taht the user can customize the game for her/his own educational goal. A Theme editor is also shipped together with Pairs. This editor allow the educator to produce their own themes.
Expected results: A brief documentation of the schema and a new version of the Editor that can create, read, modify and save new Themes following this schema
Knowledge Prerequisite: Git, XML, Qt, C++
Mentor: Marco Calignano <email@example.com>