Jane Hornickel

Jane Hornickel

Aug 19, 2014

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    About This Project

    Data Sense LLC
    Educational computer games can help students make big gains in school, particularly those who have learning difficulties. But it's unclear how long these benefits last after finishing the games. I will look at test scores for children up to two years after they play educational computer games to see if children maintain their gains.
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