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We want to help you create healthy gaming habits for your child.


Do you consider gaming to be educational enough to be in your child’s school? Educators, game developers, and parents are still skeptical about the potential of games in school, and the industry has long sought a “sweet spot” of what an educational game should look like in schools today.

Enhanced Skills

Games enhance children’s skills such as hand-eye coordination, visual spatial skills, reaction time, and decision-making. Over the past 30 years, video games have become part of everyone’s life.


A recent report from the Pew Research Center discussed that 1 in 5 girls share their passwords with a friend. Reports further explained that teens who use five or more social sites are most likely to share their password with a friend.

Games can only evolve to more efficient ways of learning in all educational setting

Currently, medical students are playing Second life, an MMORPG or massive multi-player online role playing game. Students participant in social activities, work in teams and organize data. Although they are distant learners, they incorporate learning and gaming to engage with fellow students and their material by going to the virtual library..

Authors Spotlight

These are the faces behind the most popular posts.

  • My name is Sarah Dyson, and I enjoy gaming, and all it has to offer I have been gaming for 25 years most gaming consist of Massive Multi-Player Online Role Playing Games or MMORPGs. I have played games on all platforms (i.e. consoles, personal computers, and handheld devices). I have a Masters degree in information technology and project management. I am currently pursuing my Ph.D. in social psychology. This blog is intended to help parents and their children form healthy gaming habits. . Gaming is fun, and it can benefit your child’s processing speed coordination, multi-tasking, and risk analysis.

    Empirical journal articles and data collected through multiple studies will support most post. References will be cited at the end of every blog post for further reading. I realize that gaming is a form of entertainment and relaxation for children; however, parents may not fully understand the role that games play in their children’s life.

    I invite your questions, thoughts, and suggestions regarding your experiences with gameplay and your experiences with your child’s gameplay.

    Subscribe and follow the blog if this information for more information on healthy gaming habits and its effect on their real world experiences.

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Benefits of Roleplaying

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Benefits of Roleplaying, Creative Thinking and “The What if Factor.” What are the real world benefits to of roleplaying games?      …

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Benefits of New Horizons

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Review of the Benefits of New Horizons What are the advantages of gaming in today’s world?   It seems that children game …

Women in STEM

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      Women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics contribute on average half o the workers in the USA However; …

Games can Teach us New Skills!

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Have you ever wondered if games could teach not only children but adults how to socialize better, study, and promote a positive …

Pro-Social Gaming

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Effects of Pro-Social Gaming! Not the same old topic of gaming… Researchers have been referring to gaming as the cause of aggressive …

Mindfulness Gaming Changing the Way we Game

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Gaming mindfully changes how we game If we game with a purpose could children benefit more from gaming? Gaming has become a …