Four college freshmen crowd around a TV, jostling around a video game that involves grabbing shapes to fill the cube on the screen. A “blip blip” sound fills the room, and players argue over whose turn it is. As much as this scene might seem to be kids taking a break from schoolwork, they’re actually doing schoolwork: learning about rotational motion in their college physics course.
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An organization of the government (UWV) that takes care of unemployed people recently launched a job interview game. This organization wants to reach out to youngsters with a low and medium education, because this is the group with the highest unemployment rate.
With the job interview game the government wants to improve 5 skills. Every skill consists of a ‘fun game’ that motivates the player to go on playing. After a while this turns into a serious game with concrete targets: the set-up of a CV, writing a business network plan or making a personal list with tips and tricks to find a job.
The single biggest misconception about games is that they're an escapist waste of time. But more than a decade's worth of scientific research shows that gaming is actually one of the most productive ways we can spend time.
"Extracurricular" would be a generous word to describe my gaming career in college. At Rice, games are aparently part of the curriculum — I guess I went to the wrong school. This is the course description for English 312:
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