Educators use gaming systems to engage, reward students

Schools in Indiana and Florida are using gaming devices to help students learn and stay fit. Indiana elementary-school teachers have won national accolades for their use of Sony PlayStation Portables to engage students in learning. A Florida elementary school is rewarding its students for good behavior by letting them play with Nintendo Wiis, which also may help them get fit and improve sports skills.

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