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Zelda: A Link to Education #EdTech

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Link turns 32 today as the original Legend of Zelda was released in Japan on February 21st 1986. Since that time millions of people around the world have either played or been influence by the game and/or by those that followed.

Learning Through Video Games

http://effectivecurriculumideas.weebly.com/teaching--learning-through-video-games---nintendo.html


The Educational Value of the Legend of Zelda

https://www.zeldadungeon.net/the-educational-value-of-the-legend-of-zelda/

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