Schools can learn from computer games

Computer games are blamed on teenage problems, however, good commerically video games are in fact problem-solving spaces. The idea that educators can learn from the gaming industry is becoming increasingly popular. Games provide the user with information only when it is needed, instead of giving information all at one go, at the start.

It is not necessary that computer games are used in education, but rather, educators should provide an environment that is challenging but yet doable - a motivating state for students.

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