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Time:2021-11-27 22:33:21 Source:aliadiere Author:CJ McCollum

Teaching students 21st-century skills, such as creative problem solving, is important for the future workforce, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. Games such as DragonBox Algebra, where students solve math problems in a fantasy environment, can help students master skills such as critical thinking.

@nessisonett I mean, you're saying that like Courage the Cowardly Dog didn't come out 24 years ago.16Ryan_AgainTue 24th Nov 2020

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It’s tragic to me that kids today are forced to wear masks all day or only interact through screens and plastic cages, while being fed dystopian escapism like this... the psyche of many children in 2020 just can’t be good...17ZeeeusWed 25th Nov 2020Looks like CN Battle Crashers 2, hard pass

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18GrizzledVeteranWed 25th Nov 2020@nessisonett Lol about kid's shows today. I couldn't agree more with your statements. My wife and I always joke about the shows we grew up on in the 80s being glorified commercials (Transformers) or propaganda of some kind (G.I. Joe). Outdated, potentially culturally insensitive, not inclusive/diverse by today's standards, etc. etc.

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Then our sons (aged 7 and 9) discovered this show on Netflix and we burst out laughing. May as well make a "Walking Dead Jr." at this point.

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Christ, kids shows have gotten dark haven’t they?2StephenYap3Tue 24th Nov 2020

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