What is endometriosis and can video games be educational?

Great podcasts for parents and carers

Tue 29 March 2016

32 mins

One in ten women in Australia suffers from endometriosis, often alone and in silence. Donna Ciccia, director of Endometriosis Australia, discusses the huge impact the disease has on fertility and why we need to raise awareness.

Plus, Vincent Trundle and Christine Evely from the Australian Centre for the Moving Image chat video games, screen time and the educational benefits of gaming. Want to get your kids gaming productively? Check out Story Monster, ACMI's friendly grammar monster who poos adverbs, verbs and adjectives.

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