By October—with the same video game technology that lets you ride a virtual surf board or drive a virtual race car—students in a pilot project should be able to hop on their virtual bicycles and peddle their way to a better understanding of science. The technology may hold special promise for those students who struggle with more traditional methods of instruction.

In an effort to engage students' interest more fully, a group of researchers and classroom teachers


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