Worth a Read: Can an Immersive Video Game Teach the Nuances of American History? | MindShift | KQED News

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Can an Immersive Video Game Teach the Nuances of American History? | MindShift | KQED News.

“The most encouraging to see is the games being launchpads for really in-depth conversations in which kids at varying academic levels feel equipped to participate and draw on their experiences with the game and the learning materials,” said Leah Potter, an instructional designer with Electric Funstuff.  Farber says they are great for inculcating his students with the idea that everything is connected and that changes in one arena of life affect what happens everywhere.

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