Change in education - Edusity
Stanford Mobile Inquiry-based Learning Environment (SMILE) SMILE turns a traditional classroom into a highly interactive learning environment by engaging students in critical reasoning and problem solving while enabling them to generate, share, and evaluate multimedia-rich inquiries. Students in rural community school in Argentina using SMILE to generate own math inquiries. In the photo, students in group are checking multimedia-embedded math questions along with answers their group just generated before they submit to share with their peers in class.
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