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MIT Ed Tech Fair 2009 Panel: Visualization and Learning

Professors Dava Newman (Aeronautics and Astronautics), John Belcher (Physics), Graham Walker (Biology), and the director of HyperStudio Dr. Kurt Fend shared their ideas and insights about how the use of visualizations and simulations can make learning more engaging, effective, and meaningful.

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