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When you first step into an elementary classroom, one of the first things to catch your eye is usually a list of rules. Most of what you see is expected. However, there is one rule you can't help but question: written in bold lettering as though it were the golden rule itself is: "NO ELECTRONICS." The columnist argues that electronics and video games in the classroom can be beneficial to children's learning. School can be a place where children are able to learn through engaging experiences that turn learning into a lifelong desire.