Video Games for Education By Keilan Coleman

The education system needs improvement through the use of educational video games. One reason this solution would work is because video games engage a variety of people.

Part of the problem is, within the current education system, students can become uninterested, and lose focus. This causes them to struggle.

Video games can reengage these students, helping them become more interested in their education and improving their academic achievement.

Within the many genres of video games, there is something for everyone.

As an example for reach, an easy example is the game Halo 3. Within its first week of release, this game grossed 300 million dollars.

These reasons can combine to simply make video games an effective tool within the education system.

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