Perception of Teachers Regarding the Relationship of Modern Video Games on Life Skills of Primary Level Students in the Private Schools of Karachi
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The integration of video games into education boosts the engagement of the students, motivation, and learning levels. The aim of the research is to analyse the perception of teachers regarding the relationship between modern video games and life skills of primary level students in private sector of Pakistan. This study is an endeavour to enrich the literature on the influence of modern video games on primary children's education in the private sector of Pakistan. This study sheds light on how challenges in video games directly impact the learning of the students. This research flourishes a comprehensive understanding of the role of video games in improving the academic performance of students belonging to primary classes. A quantitative research design is deemed to be appropriate for this study as there are two variables involved that need to be analysed. To this end, a survey has been carried out with 67 teachers belonging to different schools in Karachi. The outcomes of the research indicated that video games help children in enhancing their problem-solving skills as well as creativity. The findings of the research revealed that video games play an important role in enhancing the technical skills of the student. In addition, the outcomes affirmed that video games play an important role in the education of the children.
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