Survey: Students express interest in educational games

04/9/2008 | eSchool News (free registration)

Student interest in video games could be exploited to engage them in math, reading and other core subjects, a new survey suggests. Nearly two of three K-12 students say they play online or electronic games on average eight to 10 hours a week. More than half of students in grades 3-12 say they'd like to try more educational games in school.

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