How video games could change the way we look at education.
Schools are struggling to convince kids to stick with science, technology, engineering and maths courses. Over 1000 primary schools around the country have signed up for a new careers program to get students involved in technology-focused careers.
Mathematician and software expert Dr James Curran helped rewrite the new curriculum for digital technologies and says the popularity of gaming or sport can help turn the tide to make these subjects interesting and curious again for children.
Dr. Curran, Chief Executive of Grok Academy talks to John Stanley about getting kids interesting in school.
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