New educational video games can be woven into existing curriculum

12/10/2009 | Reuters

Several educational video games have been developed that will allow teachers to create interactive classrooms. The game "Immune Attack" allows middle- and high-school students to learn about the immune system and biology by saving a patient from a bacterial infection. The game "MoonBase Alpha" was developed with the help of NASA and can be integrated into science, technology, engineering and math curriculum. "Quality video games are very important in education because they reach some students who otherwise could not be taught," one teacher said.

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