Report: Teachers see use for video games in classroom

10/3/2006 | BBC

In the U.K., 59% of teachers say they would consider using video games in the classroom, although more than 70% thought game-playing could result in anti-social behavior, finds a new study by game manufacturer Electronic Arts, Microsoft and others. Besides surveying thousands of teachers and students, researchers also studied 12 teachers at four schools to explore how they might use commercial software in the classroom.

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