Immersive Games Beats Classroom in Maths

Donald Clark, Donald Clark Plan B, Jun 23, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Donald Clark refers to a University of Central Florida study indicating that video gamers do better at mathematics. "Students who played the math video games scored significantly higher on the district-wide math benchmark exam,..., and on the math performance test generated by the publisher,..., than students who did not play the games." More evidence that we need to revisit curriculum design. -HJ
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