educational games

A recent study done by Professor David Simkins of the Rochester Institute of Technology found that roleplaying games (RPGs) like Dungeons and Dragons can be extremely beneficial for students. The research he conducted showed that RPGs boosted learning, improved imagination and stimulated intellectual curiosity. The evidence was compelling - it showed that by playing RPGs, students improved their socio-emotional skills which helped them interact and learn better at school or college. There were also benefits on a wide scale academic level.

With Corona Virus spreading across the world, it has become important for everyone to play their role in stopping it. It's very important to understand infectious disease and Pandemic at this moment, as there's a lot of wrong information flowing around it everywhere. Given below is a list of resources which can be used by teachers in their classroom to understand and also act in halting an epidemic.

Learning through play, particularly in a child’s earliest years of life, can improve 

New educational portal Math4U - offers attractive and complex training materials for students and also offers tools for teachers to prepare tests and exams.

Math4U portal is divided into three main sections - Math for Student (Math4S), Math for Teacher (Math4T) and Math for Class (Math4C).

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