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Video: Video Games in the Classroom

 
 

 

 


Kate Cohen discusses whether commercial video games like SimCity have a place in the classroom. Is this the end of education as we know it? Maybe it is and maybe it is not a bad thing!  Watch the video and learn more!


Have computer video games made their way into your classroom? Share your thoughts and experiences with us!

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