The latest news on video games
The NEA Foundation challenges educators to teach with electronic games.
Social health games include racing against virtual partners and challenging friends to fitness tasks.
Los Angeles nonprofit uses computer games to engage students in STEM.
As parents try to rein in video game usage at home, some teachers are including it at school.
Students learn problem solving techniques while designing, programming, and tweaking games.
One expert discusses the merits of video games in education; another offers family learning ideas.
Researchers can accurately predict the behavior of players in online role-playing games.
New video game Homefront evokes Cold War-type unrealistic fear of enemies abroad.
Co-playing age-appropriate games can improve behavior, family connections, findings suggest
Why healthy habits are hard to maintain; shape up with a new video game workout.