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Teenagers who play online games every day are more likely to have better grades in school, according to a new Australian study. Albert Posso of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology looked at the results of 12,000 students who had been tested by the Program for International Student Assessment. The program involves testing 15-year-olds on …

Teenagers who play online games every day are more likely to have better grades in school, according to a new Australian study. Albert Posso of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology looked at the results of 12,000 students who had been tested by the Program for International Student Assessment. The program involves testing 15-year-olds on …

Posted 08-08-16 Proposed by Capital One Financial Corporation To help support the increased use of online banking services among seniors, Capital One Financial Corp. has partnered with Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) – a non-profit organization that helps older adults develop technology skills – and workplace learning innovator Grovo to launch “Ready, Set, Bank: Online …

According to a new report, students who spend time playing video games online are more likely to get better grades in core subjects. The study – Internet Use and Academic Achievement Among 15-Year-Old Australian Students – tracked the exam scores and personal habits of 12,000 high school students. All had taken an internationally recognized exam …

Ed Jones/Stringer/Getty Images Parents – don’t worry if your kids spend all their time playing online games. It can actually improve their performance in school. That’s according to a new study from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. The institution found that playing games could help students hone skills learned in school and then apply them …