The educational thoughts of Jason Epstein
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Enter social video games as a solution — immersive environments that simulate real-world problems. Today, technologically eager schools are replacing textbook learning with social video games, and improving learning outcomes in the process. Here’s how they’re doing it.
Phoebe Prince was tormented by bullies at school and online. Here's what we can learn from her suicide. When working to prevent the new mix of bullying and cyberbulling, schools can look at the lessons learned from an earlier effort to stop the traditional, in-person kind of kid cruelty.