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This Is Your Brain On Games

This Is Your Brain On Games | Leading Schools | Scoop.it

"The past year has illuminated many things about the way the brain works, including how it responds to games. It is now erroneous to conflate ten hours of Super Mario with minor head trauma. We know that you won’t go blind if you’re looking for coins and bananas and rings on a screen all day. Your motivation and attention span will remain intact no matter what level you reach in Skyrim. In fact, the very latest science is telling us the exact opposite of what we thought all along: video games actually increase brain function."


Beth Dichter's insight:

Brain research now shows that action video games impact "brain plasticity, learning, attention, and vision." What does this mean? That video games may make the brain bigger, as in increasing brain volume.

Along with information on how video games may make the brain "bigger, better, faster, stronger" the post also shares information on "using the neuroscience of games to boost learning" and "how to ditch your biases."

A number of studies are quoted in the post with links to additional information.


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, January 29, 9:35 PM

Brain research now shows that action video games impact "brain plasticity, learning, attention, and vision." What does this mean? That video games may make the brain bigger, as in increasing brain volume.

Along with information on how video games may make the brain "bigger, better, faster, stronger" the post also shares information on "using the neuroscience of games to boost learning" and "how to ditch your biases."

A number of studies are quoted in the post with links to additional information.

luc taesch's curator insight, February 7, 6:23 AM

game your biais away ! #antifragile #agile

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Student Motivation: An Overlooked Piece of School Reform, by Alexandra Usher and Nancy Kober at the Center on Education Policy

Student Motivation: An Overlooked Piece of School Reform, by Alexandra Usher and Nancy Kober at the Center on Education Policy | Leading Schools | Scoop.it
Student Motivation: An Overlooked Piece of School Reform, a report by by Alexandra Usher and Nancy Kober at the Center on Education Policy in Washington, DC, USA...
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