Parental Attitudes about Video Games

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Cooney CenterAnna Ly shares key findings gathered during the Joan Ganz Cooney Center’s game design project “Hard Fun: Learning Mathematics” which describe parents’ beliefs, attitudes, and decisions about video games. In this blog post, she explains how this data propelled the Center to explore this topic through its recently launched The Digital Games and Family Life Survey that will reveal the role of digital games in family life for parents with 4 – 13 year olds.  The Center is interested in looking at the role that digital games are playing in modern family life and routines, across both place and time.

Read more about “Hard Fun: Learning Mathematics” and the Digital Games and Family life Survey, from the Joan Ganz Cooney Center

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