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10-04-2008 @ 11:21PM
Children are not stupid. They are incredibly good at absorbing information, in memorizing and in developing skills. They only use that ability, however, when they are interested and engaged.If I were a teacher and had a classroom full of WoW addicts, you'd better believe I'd use examples from WoW to demonstrate purely academic concepts. If they were into pokemon, I'd use examples from Pokemon. If they were into cowboy princesses from Mars who get their magical powers from Starburst brand candies, I'd find a way to use that too.Dry lectures don't work nearly as well as when children want to learn something.
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