game format is needed for educational effectiveness

Formal education needs to be designed around the game-playing mind, for most students. Only a few people learn just for the joy of knowledge. As such, if even a great truth has been shown (such as Acton's "... power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely"), unless it has been cycled through the sieve of the "teach and then test, to provide a score" process that effectively forms it into a game format, it does not get incorporated into most students' minds in order to be useful in their subsequent daily life decisions.


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