Welcome to Balanced gaming. We are under construction.

Balanced gaming was born in 2010, almost 10 years ago.

My vision is to use computer games to create deep important and lasting understandings.

We need to understand how computer games can be used as engines of learning. There's plenty to think about and consider; there's empirical and clinical evidence to consider, there's advantages and drawbacks of computer games. This isn't a simple topic, and there isn't a simple path through this..

I believe very deeply in the value of nuance and discernment. I believe in respectful debate as a mediator of truth. I believe there is a massive opportunity that we can't hit yet.

I invite you to ask questions, submit resources, challenge ideas, and help me build an understanding that could change the world.
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