PC math game responds to kids’ emotions as they learn

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It's long been known that a spoonful of sugar helps the proverbial medicine go down, and perhaps one of the best illustrations is the use of gaming in education. Canadian SMARTeacher has now come up with a novel twist on that concept, by developing a PC math game that not only recognizes children's emotions as they learn, but also adapts the game accordingly. Targeting children aged 6 through 11, SMARTeacher's Prodigy game software for PCs and Macs uses an immersive approach and a wizard fantasy world to teach kids more than 200 math skills spanning grades one through five. Aligned…

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