No Video Games in Education in Pamela Paul's Book Reading, Writing and Video Games

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Pamela Paul, author of “Reading, Writing and Video Games”, demonstrates that video games should not be part of the education. Paul asserts there is no learning from playing video games and the education should be the same old fashion. Paul observes the technology in classroom could be useful for the students. However, she thinks the children should stick on reading and writing for learning. Finally, Paul prefers to let the children play video games in free time rather than let them play video games for education. Although, Paul idea of using technology in classroom and marketing education fun games are true, the idea of letting the children play games that are not educational in their free time are inaccurate. First, One implication of Paul treatment of saying there is a place for technology in the classroom is that a good idea. Paul is surely right about having technology in classroom help show the idea to the students. Also, teacher used the projector to share notes and show videos to the students. However, using tablets in the classroom can be easy to do quizzes and exams, and that give the teacher more time to explain more information to the class. Also considering giving live lecture between two schools in different country could help exchange more knowledge. Finally, schools should concerns having more technology in classrooms to help the students learn more and fast for there own benefits. Second, Paul assumes that many of the games marketed as educational aren’t as

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