Simulations aim to help students learn problem-solving skills

03/29/2009 | Sun (Baltimore), The

A Baltimore-area high school is using virtual technology to help teens better apply traditional lessons and to teach problem-solving skills they'll need in the work force. "We wanted students to have an experience that would be more typical of what they'd have, hands-on, in the real world," said Principal Maria Lowry, whose school is introducing a virtual classroom. "We're trying to bring the outside in."

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