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Video Games Will Now Be Included In Schools Curriculum

Poland has put “This War of Mine” video game in the reading list of schools. By offering video games in the education system, they want to expand children’s imagination and bring something new to the culture.

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Kids are now gonna be so excited to go to school!

If video games could be included for study why not? Last month, Poland became the first country in history to put a video game on the official school reading list.

Poland has put “This War of Mine” video game in the reading list of schools. By offering video games in the education system, they want to expand children’s imagination and bring something new to the culture.

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‘This War of Mine’, a wartime survival game developed by 11 Bit Studios, will be made available to students of sociology, ethics, philosophy, and history during the 2020-21 academic year.


Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told Polsat News;

Poland will be the first country in the world that puts its own computer game into the education ministry’s reading list. Young people use games to imagine certain situations (in a way) no worse than reading books. By incorporating games into the education system, we will expand our imagination and bring something new to the culture.

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While games have long been recognized to be instrumental in sharpening general cognitive skills (attention span, reflexes, and memory), this is the first instance of a title being recommended as a reading subject.

Released in 2014, This War of Mine received acclaim for its realistic study of the human cost and civil collapse of war and had sold more than 4.5 million units in April 2019. 11 Bit Studios have licensed the game free of cost to educational institutions in Norway, the USA, Germany, Australia, etc.

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