GOOD Video: Can Learning Be as Fun as Playing Video Games?

Part two of our Future Learning video series looks at Digita Tabula, a company trying to make learning lessons as fun as learning video games.


This post is in partnership with University of Phoenix

Why can't learning algebra and chemistry be as fun and addictive as playing a video game? Ntiedo Etuk, founder and CEO of Tabula Digita, is developing tools to merge teaching with dynamic engagement. Click above to see how Etuk is using technology to design lessons that are as motivating as winning games.

This video is part two in our Future Learning video series about technology in classrooms. Check out our first video about Khan Academy's lessons on demand here.

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