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Submitted by Pozzle 525d ago | news

Co-op gaming is a smart way to teach, says new research

Tasking students to play educational games cooperatively helps motivate progression and learning, according to a new study. (Culture)

unity4g  +   525d ago
Agreed but sometimes Co-op(Split-screen) gaming is the best way to start a fight with my little brother and after the fight I feel myself pathetic.
Hicken  +   525d ago
I always feel awesome after fighting with my sister. Well, we banned the throwing of punches years ago...

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