If I tell you to play "Pok & eacute; mon GO" can also earn college credit, would you believe it? In fact, this is true, but only if you want to go to school in the city Feizi Nuo Institute (Fresno City College).
According to The Fresno Bee reports, Fei Zinuo City College last week announced that it would open a new physical education curriculum, and interestingly, this course will use "Pok & eacute; mon GO" to class.
A spokesman for the Institute of Cris Monahan Bremer confirmed the presence of the curriculum. One of which belongs to the physical education curriculum course code for PE-6 # 25718 Walking. Completion of the course students receive a credit. Fei Zinuo City College on their official Facebook page posted a picture with detailed course information.
& Ldquo; This course will use "Pok & eacute; mon GO" application, so that students walking on campus and to enhance the process of looking elf fitness. & Rdquo; this article wrote, & ldquo; This course is required to provide their own mobile devices and network data connection students. All data generated using the cost of the courses required by the students themselves. & Rdquo;
The & ldquo; Pok & eacute; mon GO & rdquo; courses from the second year of the fall semester classes begin, class time per week one, two, three, four in the morning from 9:00 to 10:25. The instructor of the course for the women's soccer coach Oliver Germond.
& Ldquo; I am the president to talk to me about it when I thought it was a joke. & Rdquo; Germond said, & ldquo; she explained in detail his idea to me, and I finally agree to teach people this course. This is an interesting physical education curriculum, but also to attract more students to participate in physical exercise. & Rdquo;
Germond is currently developing plans for the course, he said he hoped would enhance the reality game elements combine to walking, running and basic cardiovascular exercise courses.
According to USA Today reports, Fei Zinuo City College campuses have been many "Pok & eacute; mon GO" Hall Road and depots. Allegedly the school's visual designers of these games will be added to the campus location map, and each semester when distributed to students. The & ldquo; Pok & eacute; mon GO & rdquo; curriculum is expected to enroll 26 students.