Teachers learn about ways to use gaming in lessons

10/15/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Video games are becoming a popular part of teaching basic skills in math, language arts and other subjects. At a recent educational gaming conference at a Pennsylvania high school, teachers brainstormed ways to use such games in their lessons. For example, some math teachers suggested using an adventure game to teach scalability or teaching multiplication using centipedes and millipedes.

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