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The Math Emporium, where thousands of students learn introductory math via computer, offers a glimpse at a model of higher education without a professor doing the teaching.
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Very interesting. Of course those college kids did not have tablet computers when they were in grade school. So why can't that method be used in grade school? I taught myself trigonometry with just my sisters high school book in 8th grade. The nuns would not use the algebra book we did have. Trig looked more interesting than algebra.
Been looking for that article!! Read it before going to grad school and have been searching for it. Thanks
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