Opinion: Give a child a joystick ...

04/14/2003 | Wired magazine

The educational effect of videogames is a field largely unstudied, says James Paul Gee, professor of reading at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and children may be better served by video games that contain an educational component. The indisputable fact is that children assimilate information through gaming, a fact teachers can exploit.

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