Monday, November 14, 2005
What video games can teach us
Exploring new ways to encourage students to learn
Good video games are long, complex, and difficult. They have to be. If they were dumbed down, no one would want to play. So why is it that many children can't sit still long enough to finish their homework and yet will spend hours playing games on the computer? Can strategies used by game designers work in the classroom. The Harvard Education Letter examines this issue.
Tags: Education, Teaching, Student Achievement, Homework, Video Games, Technology, Education by Sistrunk