PROGRESS! FINALLY, VIDEO GAMING TO TEACH CHILDREN MENTAL FOCUS, SELF-REGULATION, EMPATHY, & COOPERATION

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So1458459_225986800910875_1500388889_nme video game manufacturers are now marketing terrific games that emphasize kindness and compassion instead of violence and aggression. This is an important contribution to the world of gaming software, as our neutral brains can learn either equally well!

With a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Games Learning Society Initiative, designed games to help eighth graders develop beneficial social and emotional skills—empathy, cooperation, mental focus, and self-regulation. These exciting games, with advanced animation techniques include :
Crystals of Kaydor
Tenacity
Fair Play
Progenitor X
Soul of a Place
Anatomy Browser
Citizen Science
Studio K
Virulent
Trails Forward

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