Study: Is video gaming a boon to student math comprehension?

06/16/2008 | American City Business Journals

Educational video games may improve student math scores, according to a University of Central Florida study. Students who played the interactive math game DimensionM for 18 weeks improved their scores on a 25-point test by an average of about eight points, while students who did not participate in the gaming improved by less than four points.

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