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Minecraft Video Game Helps Teach Geometry

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Centennial High School students Tristan Grandy and Aiden Lawrence explain a videogame they created that helps fellow students learn geometry. Players are given “rewards” in the form of cool visuals for right answers. The game was created in teacher Brian Kenney’s videogame design class, and is used in another class that pairs those students with special education students needing help with their math skills.
Centennial High School students Tristan Grandy and Aiden Lawrence explain a videogame they created that helps fellow students learn geometry. Players are given “rewards” in the form of cool visuals for right answers. The game was created in teacher Brian Kenney’s videogame design class, and is used in another class that pairs those students with special education students needing help with their math skills.

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