Are schools embracing gaming in the classroom?

Gaming has long been part of teaching and learning, but with increasingly sophisticated programs comes the question of whether such games are helping or hurting learning. Supporters say gaming is a great way to engage students and make learning fun and effective. Critics, however, point to some obstacles to using gaming in today's classrooms and question whether some games are simply a waste of time.

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