Friday, December 12, 2008

Teachers question use of video games to boost reading

ABC News reports--some teachers say they are worried that new books that combine video games, the Internet and reading will become substitutes for imagination and creativity that come from reading traditional books. "If students rely just on using games and online tools, and they believe that is the only way they're going to learn or have fun, then they will be less inclined to pick up a book," said Becky Pringle, of the National Education Association.

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