Friday, September 24, 2010

Video Games Lead To Quick Thinking Skills

Parents who dismiss video games as mindless entertainment with no intrinsic value for their children may not have a leg to stand on anymore thanks to science.

International Business Times
By Gabriel Perna | September 14, 2010


At 2:19 PM, Blogger Mrs. Flowers said...

As I read the article on "Video Games Lead to Quick Thinking Skills". I found that parents do have a leg to stand on due to science.

Their studies showed that certain video games enable our children to respond quickly and accurately to real life situations using their critical thinking skills. I feel based on their findings the video games that help advance our students should be listed. The videoes that are not producing the skills needed to engage our students in learning at an incredible speed with accuracy there should be a listing also.

These listings should be placed in every school newsletter to distribute our teachers, parents and students.


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