Are Video Games Bad For You?
By Ariel,Bella,Colby and Savannah
What Are The Social Benefits Of Playing Video Games
Parent-approved video games what are the educative benefits of playing video games?
games that are played in moderation can help young kids develop in educational, social, and physical ways. [source]Playing video games, including violent shooter games, may boost children's learning, health and social skills, according to a review of research in American Psychologist Video games can also reinforce computer literacy, math and English skills, and knowledge of history, says Kurt Squire, co-director of the Games Learning Society in Wisconsin. More than 2,500 schools worldwide use Minecraft to build math skills and to teach history, biology, architecture, engineering, and other subjects.
This is one device MInecraft can be played on.
Some teens may play strategy games on computers like this.
Some kids play Mario Kart games mostly on this console.
How Often Should Kids Play Video Games?
Give kids tasks to do outdoors that offer them responsibility or allow them to showcase their strengths. A new study out of Oxford University has found that children who play console or PC games for an hour or less per day tend to be more social and satisfied with life than kids who don't play any video games at all.
[source]Other researchers, however, have found that playing video games can have
some positive effects. Some psychologists say that gaming helps teens learn, become more understanding of other people's feelings, and improve their overall outlook on life.
Are There Any Social Consequences Of Playing Video Games
Video games can also reinforce computer literacy, math and English skills, and knowledge of history, says Kurt Squire, co-director of the Games Learning Society in Wisconsin. It appears that playing certain action video games can improve visual-spatial skills, and video games seem a promising tool for teaching academic subjects. teach history, biology, architecture, engineering, and other subjects.
teens who play up to an hour of video games a day are actually better off than teens who don't play at all, according to a recent study by Andrew K. Przybylski of the University of Oxford in England.Yes, there are incidents where socially isolated, mental.