Popular Video Games Integrated Into K-12 Learning
People who worried that the technology boom would lead to children playing video games in class were right.
Around the country, students are playing such games as Minecraft, World of Warcraft, and Angry Birds—and their teachers are encouraging it.
"Video games are not the great evil that people make them out to be," said Trish Cloud, a technology instructor at Torrence Creek Elementary School in Huntersville, N.C., where she created...
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