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January 02, 2007

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Carolyn Foote

This reminds me of a story I heard on BBC Digital Life podcast today (an episode from December).

They were discussing computer games that involve learning and world politics. The interviewee pointed out that this generation of adults is the first that really grew up on video games, and as adults are still buying video games (and creating them). So he felt that the games designs are changing because of that.

Jump forward a few years to what our students now are experiencing and what they will expect as adults....

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