How Video Games Can Benefit K-12 Students?

Can video games change K-12 learning?

Traditionally, video games have long been derided as a waste of time or a distraction for students that can go from benign to addictive very quickly. WOW widows and students becoming addicted to video games to the point of not being able to accomplish basic daily tasks have plagued headlines for years. In fact, the image of a lazy, unemployed, underachieving gamer is a well-known stereotype now.

In many ways, video gaming may seem antithetical to the process of learning itself. It is not an uncommon sight in households with school going children to limit screen time or time spent playing video games in order to help students focus on their academic goals. This has been the traditional view towards video gaming with regards to addition.

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