This morning the BBC reports that: “Video games could have a serious role to play in the classroom, a survey of teachers and students suggests.

The Teaching with Games report was commissioned by games giant Electronic Arts (EA) and carried out by FutureLab. It surveyed almost 1,000 teachers and more than 2,300 primary and secondary school students in the UK (and found that) 59% of teachers would consider using off-the-shelf games in the classroom while 62% of students wanted to use games at school.” Read the entire article here…