Can games help students learn?

10/16/2011 | KQED.org

Games can be effective teaching tools if they are interactive and personalized, educational game designer Nathan Maton writes. At one school in Minnesota, educators found that by including games in the classroom, below-proficiency students made academic gains. However, Maton writes, the most effective games are not the focus of lessons but are used to enhance the curriculum.

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