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Quality Courses: Immersive Gaming or Focused Tutoring?

Foundation and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on January 24 – 25, 2012 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At this event, powerful thinkers from K-12 education, academia, and industry engaged in a new kind of conversation on shared issues and solutions related to quality in online learning for grades K-12.

This video includes presentations by Jim Gee, Arizona State University and Kurt VanLehn, Arizona State University. The video concludes with discussion moderated by Eric Klopfer, MIT.

Please visit the Symposium website: quality.mit.edu

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Conversations on Quality

Conversations on Quality

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