By - Jeremy Royster

Washington Post: “With coronavirus closing schools, here’s how video games are helping teachers”

[An innovative high school teacher] believes video games have a unique quality, letting students “dive into their imagination … Some would look at the current situation and say it’s a handicap to not be at school,” [he] said. “But me, I see it as an opportunity to go further; to try different techniques within the world of education.”  With coronavirus closing schools, here’s how video games are helping teachers

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By - Jeremy Royster

New Study: Video Games Enhance Learning

Preliminary study by an education professor at the University of Montreal has found that “The research and detail that goes into a video game … can be absorbed by students and help them get better marks.”  Right on target:  using video games to enhance learning

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