Young people who play video games, including violent titles, display more developed moral reasoning skills than their non-gaming peers, a study has found.
I really don’t mean to toot the video gaming horn, but video gaming and educational technology are very much entwined. Next I would like to see a study of adding students who code as a group. Where are their moral reasoning skills?
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