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  • Slide 1 - Video Games Reinventing the Traditional Education System By: April Bandell, Meghan Bloomer and Kathryn Grimm
  • Slide 2 - Abstract So, what’s this all about? Teachers are turning to video games to help teach in the classrooms. Whether it’s for history, gym, health or science, video games are extremely effective tools in classrooms.
  • Slide 3 - Why Video Games Games are personalized, interactive, engaging and challenging Games are educational because they allow students to gain hands-on experience while having fun Video games can move the education system beyond traditional academic disciplines
  • Slide 4 - Do you remember playing… Carmen Sandiego! Carmen Sandiego Math Detective allows students to use math skills to help Carmen accomplish certain goals Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego is a long time loved educational video game that teaches geography, agricultural knowledge and history Why are games like these so effective? *Students learn without actually thinking they are learning*
  • Slide 5 - Video Games Save Money?! This fact is surprise but true. Think about your seventh grade frog dissection The costs and time consumption of tradition frog dissections outweigh its benefits There is a better way: BioLab Frog
  • Slide 6 - Gym Class Hero Video games are saving gym classes all around the nation Dance Dance Revolution is getting thousands more children involved in physical activity than before with tradition physical education By the end of the decade, DDR will be in about 1500 schools around the nation DDR appeals to a wider range of students
  • Slide 7 - The Moral of the Story Video games are extremely effective in classrooms and are being used more and more every year. The main priority of schools is to teach and if a video game can help, why not spread the joy.
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