features Concord Consortium projects as examples of technology improving education featured our work heavily in its article today on 8 Ways Technology is Improving Education. Among other areas, the story cited our work with models and simulations, probes and sensors, and online assessment as examples of how technology has the potential to transform education.

It’s humbling to see so many examples cited in so many different domains. It’s also great to see some other good work from colleagues such as the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives. These manipulatives, some similar to interactive algebra examples we developed a number of years ago for our Seeing Math project, are great ways to learn important mathematical concepts.

To learn more and see the other great projects cited, read the story on

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