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Check out Rose Jensen’s article “50 Great Sites for Serious, Educational Games.”
She mentions great games to teach business and management, for practicing business skills and learning about economics.
Also games for students, which bring powerful first-hand experience with games ranging from early elementary to high school; they focus on everything from science to civic responsibility. (Although designed for students, she suggests they are fun for players of any age.)
And training games, from the Army and Navy to handling emergencies to disarming situations non-violently, these games all focus on training for the real deal. Health and medical games to help young people get a handle on their diabetes or to inform children about food safety. Humanitarian and environmental games: save the world and save the environment by playing games that are “awesome and inspiring.”
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