Doc Running at Everything Ed has organized another great blog hop, this time on strategies to help students who struggle in math:
Gaming is such an integral part of today’s culture that it can be hard to remember that in the early 80’s, video games were still a novelty one step away from pinball machines. Today, the graphics and audio as well as the complexity of the narrative have advanced to cinematic proportions, and today’s online multi-player games allow extensive social interaction and coordination. But my 20th century adventures with the pixelated worlds of Atari and Nintendo 64 were nearly as compelling. How is that possible?