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- My guest today flips common stereotypes about games on their head.
- Paul Darvasi investigates how video games can foster world peace.
- What video games can do that no other medium can
- How video games can promote peace education
- How video games can be used for conflict resolution
- How to turn your classroom into a video game
- How video games can be used in a classroom to teach history
- How video games can serve as inspiration for immersive experience games to teach literature in a totally different way
- How video games have influenced Paul’s life
- Ludic Learning (LINK)
- Paul’s working paper about video games for UNESCO (LINK)
- Hush (LINK)
- 1979: Revolution Black Friday (LINK)
- Depression Quest (LINK)
- Rome II : Total War (LINK)
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+7 Intelligence is the podcast about how games impact people.
Each episode explores a different perspective on how games profoundly influence the real world. Interviews with game designers, psychologists, professionals, and everyday players discuss the unique way that games influence their life and work.
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Music by Creo
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