Simulation program trains educators in classroom management

07/7/2009 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

A computer program could help combat the high attrition rate among first-year teachers by giving them an idea of what to expect in the classroom. The simSchool program allows educators to put together lessons and see how students with varied academic ability, willingness to learn and behavioral attributes respond.

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