Teach with Portals: Valve takes edutainment to a whole new level

Teach with Portals: Valve takes edutainment to a whole new level

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Like most children of the 1980s, I spent huge chunks of my formative years trying to convince my parents that my wanting to play video games all day, every day, was actually a good thing. “But it builds hand-eye coordination!” was my favorite excuse, but I tried everything from claims...
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