At some cheapest wow gold point, engineering professor Brianno Coller realized he didn't like slogging through dry math problems as an instructor any more than he had as a student. So he thought about what could liven things up animation! interactivity! and it hit him: video games. Along the way, they're exposed to computational math, a basic building block of engineering. "I use games to, in some sense, throw away the textbook," says Coller, 42, who played Lunar Lander and other video games...
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