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Education insights gleaned from a hole in the wall

This is another blog post I wrote for the Knewton blog. It looks at the Hole in the Wall experiment where children in rural India were able to learn English given only a computer and some simple software. The experiment studies the effects of social interaction in learning, and that a teacher might not always be necessary for someone to learn.

Educational insights gleaned from a hole in the wall

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