We can learn a lot from a video game.

What basic power tool best repels a zombie horde, for example, or the proper combination of kicks and punches to bludgeon an opponent into submission.

Even how to determine the volume of a swimming pool, as in measuring its dimensions and then multiplying length by width by height.

Yes, math. In a video game.

And not just in any video game, but one of the more popular games of all time, Minecraft, a LEGO-meets 8-bit open world game played by millions worldwide.

Mark Stevens, an education technology instructor at Bowling Green State University, is employing a...

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