Updated 19 March 2002, 19.17
It's amazing! New research has found that computer games help you learn by teaching you to think clearly and make quick decisions.
So do you think gaming should be introduced in schools? Would it help you learn - or just take your mind off lessons?!
Tell us what you think now!
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Some can help if you need to use your brain to make a strategy, to explore or they might help your reflexes and make you quicker! I would love to play them in class but I may not be able to concentrate if I kept thinking of how to win the game!
Elenor, 11, Reading
I would love this to happen and lessons today are so boring!
David Coggan, 11, South Woodham
If there are computer games at school and adventure games would build your imagination.
Sam, 10, Nottingham
I believe that computer games do not help you learn as they distract you form doing more vital and important school work. If I was Prime Minister I would ban games until the holidays so you can concentrate more on your education.
Dimant Patel, 15, Tolworth
It would be great. Games like Metal Gear Solid 2 help you think where to go and it exercises your brain.
Alexander Hetherington, 11, Twickenham
I don't understand how they could help with learnin anyway. Games are just for fun. School is for learning, not fun.
Sarah, 13, Isle of Lewis
I'd hate it! Can you imagine all the trouble it would cause? What's wrong with what we've got?
Emma, 13, Chichester
Computer games are distracting and make your brain wander.
Gemma, 12, Ballynahinch, Co. Down
Computer games help you learn because if you buya adventure game you will have to use your brain to work out a problem.
Rahull, 12, Willenhall
Some games help you to learn, but most don't. It wouldn't be very cool to walk around a virtual school though!
Rob, 12, Trove
Computer games help you learn because they make you concentrate.
Ben, 10, Belfast