Video Game Playing and Academic Performance in Liverpool International College in UK
The impact of computer games on students is an issue that raises a lot of concerns among the stakeholders in the education sector. Most of the parents and teachers have linked the poor performance of students with the obsession of the students to this electronic games (Schmidt, & Vanderwater, 2008. P 3)) However, views from different schools of thoughts have identified electronic games to be one of the most efficient way which students can spend their leisure time if well-coordinated (Craton, 2012, p. 1) Nevertheless this games are very addictive particularly to the young as they find them interesting more than books.
In addition, in the past few years, interactive electronic media has advanced rapidly. Moreover, the technology is now majorly used as entertainment by youths (Craton, 2012, p. 1). Most of the students in our modern society prefer to spend their leisure time on their computers rather than playing in the field (Allison, et al., 2006, p.1). With the growing trend of education that is computer based where notes from lecturers are read………………………………………..