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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.

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Conversations on Quality

Conversations on Quality

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