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Submitted by kartanym 736d ago | article

Support Video Game Based Learning In The Classroom

We take a closer look at a new worthy cause, introducing a video game based curriculum at John F. Kennedy Middle School to help teach kids the importance of narrative and literature through the use of video games themselves.

The idea comes from Jeff Clark, a sixth grade English teacher out of Cheektowaga-Sloan (a school district in Buffalo, NY) who has created a kickstarter campaign in the hopes of funding his dream. (Culture, Industry, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

MilkMan  +   736d ago
I already do, its called my living room.

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