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February 12, 2019

EdSurge

Playing Games Can Build 21st-Century Skills. Research Explains How.

“In the moment they’re talking about it, you get a lot of learning for free because they might have to think about technical terminology,” says Kurt Squire, a professor at the University of California, Irvine, who has studied how games impact learning. “That’s a general finding in research in other fields, but it works in kind of a cool way in games.”

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Playing Games Can Build 21st-Century Skills. Research Explains How.


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