Saw this article on MindShift on Ed Tech
by Annie Murphy Paul
MIT BLOSSOMS, one of the most exciting and effective uses of educational technology to help high school students learn math and science, doesn’t boast the latest in artificial intelligence or adaptive algorithms. Its secret weapon is, rather, a canny understanding of human psychology—both students’ and teachers’. Technologically speaking, its basic model could be executed with an old television and VCR.
Time to explore their site for other ideas
(Thought of the Graphing Stories video clips too)