The Future of Video Games: Enhancing Education By: Stephen McKenzie, Bryce Gallagher, Kelsey Johnson, and Nick Cortina Introduction Video games are everywhere from your own living room, to hotels, stadiums, malls, hospitals, and now even in classrooms.
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By: Stephen McKenzie, Bryce Gallagher, Kelsey Johnson, and Nick Cortina
Studies show that playing video games enhance brain chemistry by stimulating substantial dopamine release which increases memory.
Simulations with lifelike 3d graphics that can be played on a 700 dollar lap top can be used to teach tasks like disarming and IED to fixing tanks and are available any time anywhere to soldiers