How gaming is changing the classroom

Earlier this year, John Burk, a ninth-grade physics teacher in Atlanta, taught his students the laws of physics using the highly addictive game Angry Birds. Instead of a dry lecture, Burk used the birds catapulting into the sky to demonstrate projectile motion, and thanks to gaming, it only took 30 minutes for the students to grasp the concept.

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