Online games: learn and have fun at the same time.

The impressive advances in the world of computers and online games in recent years have placed this sector among the top in the world. Many are the educators who have found in this field a true revolution in learning, because really learning and playing have always been closer than many of us think. Many of the most advanced pedagogical schools defend the idea of playing while learning, and if we add to that the new technologies, we have the perfect cocktail for a complete and largely healthy learning. You know that the good use of them depends largely on the good or bad use we make of them.

Online games can improve the knowledge and psychomotor skills of users

It has been demonstrated that certain types of games, for example those related to reflexes or certain complex commands, can develop users' psychomotor skills as well as all aspects related to memory. Because playing and learning have never been separated and have to be brought back together. For example, football games are a good tool because they provide a good dose of entertainment while highlighting the aspects of mobility and repetition of certain commands, enhancing the capabilities previously mentioned.

Play, learn and enjoy.

In addition to these different games on the market, we can find a good number of games that are more related to certain subjects or knowledge useful for the development of skills within learning. Thus, in most platforms that offer games, we find games directly related to mathematics, knowledge of geography or history or those that are more related to language or knowledge of foreign languages. What is recommended, no doubt, is the combination of this type of entertainment with classical studies, use these platforms and games as a complement to learning and as a way to make it much more entertaining. Because learning and enjoying were never at odds.

Elliot Gagné
Elliot Gagné

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