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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.
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.
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..
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