Some Colorado students will incorporate the Wii into PE classes

10/5/2010 | Fort Morgan Times (Colo.)

A Colorado school district has approved the use of the Nintendo Wii gaming system in physical-education classes. Educators say the technology will especially benefit students with special needs, who may not be able to participate in traditional physical education activities. The gaming system is expected to help improve students' balance and hand-eye coordination.

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