There are opportunities to integrate computer science in almost any curricula if you think creatively and look for ways to use video games as a learning experience.
Sam and Mary Anna Salo, a twin brother and sister from Wisconsin, are homeschool and college graduates who offer tutoring in their respective areas of expertise. Sam Salo: Teaching Through Games Sam Salo is a graphic artist, computer programmer, and video game designer with a vision to provide high-quality, Christ-centered tutoring and group classes in […]
By Dune Jumper & Super Searcher Tired of playing Angry Birds? We’ve compiled a list of our favorite mobile games that are completely free to play. (A few of them will want you to pay for special items such as extra levels and power-ups, but you can have fun playing these games without making any […]
By Nick Maker If you missed the February 20, 2013 console presentation, I’ll describe it for you guys and gals. See, rumor has it that a new console is emerging right before our very own eyes and the rumor was true. Introducing the PS4 everybody! Sadly this isn’t the real thing (BOOO!). Calm down folks, […]
By Donald Villeneuve A past study of 3000 students in Singapore shows that one in ten were considered to be “gaming addicts” and the majority of them were greatly effected by the issue. Existing conditions such as behavioral problems were more likely possessed by the most fragile teens. Gaming can also explain additional mental issues. […]