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Video gaming can bolster classroom learning, but not without teacher support

By Scott DeJong, PhD Candidate and Research Assistant, Communication Studies, Concordia University
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One highlight of my Grade 3 life was dying from dysentery at the hands of a video game. I was ahead on schoolwork, and allowed to use the classroom computer to pioneer a family across America in the game The Oregon Trail.

It was odd that I played this in a Canadian school — rather than exploring something like the challenges of long-haul trucking in the game Crosscountry Canada.…The Conversation

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