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Keys to Learn 2021 – Video Games and the Virtual Classroom

Education in the new era of home learning is a challenge for both teachers and students, but videogames can help to bridge some of the gaps that were created when classrooms were largely forced online. Interaction and engagement can be difficult in a virtual classroom, but games can help to provide an immersive, engaging space that many young students already find familiar. The panelists noted that in their discussions with educators, students can be more invested in the lessons, and even feel more motivated to show up on time, when they hear their next class will take place in a game world.

Games can also help teachers with a wide range of topics, from physics and chemistry to history and social responsibility, and even soft skills, like collaboration with other students or critical thinking.

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Jan 29, 2021 at 22:19


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Ubisoft's Keys to Learn [January 2021]


Jan 26, 2021 by Ubisoft


The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced many schools to move online, and compelled both teachers and parents to think of creative ways to keep students engaged at home.
Ubisoft's online Keys to Learn event is a platform for industry experts and educators to come together to explore how video games can help teachers make distance learning fun and interactive.
The event will feature a panel discussion, as well as lessons and insights from educators who use video games in their (virtual) classrooms.

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