Academics launch computer games pupils can play in lessons

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The 3.2 Million Euro No-One Left Behind initiative in Britain, Austria and Spain, is providing students with the opportunity to use a simple coding template to create a game for the computer, smartphone, or tablet. The two and a half year project has added the building of these games to the curriculum. Students can now make games for history, science, math, or English. The No-One Left behind project is an effort to create more engaging material for students, who are often greatly interested in computer games. The project defines education as something that can be actively engaged in. By allowing students to participate in the development of multiple platform games, children can have more interest and dedication toward their learning.

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