Ananth Pai, an elementary teacher in Minnesota, found that educational video games work well to engage and motivate his students.
Mr. Pai has shown his innovation to school boards, administrators, curriculum designers, and others. But, he's been met with apathy and disinterest.
In truth, this film isn't about Mr. Pai, or his games. It's about K-12's resistance to change, and how to overcome it.
Could we open K-12 to innovations, like Mr. Pai's?
This film suggests we open K-12 to innovation using a split screen strategy.
This film was produced by Education Evolving, a Minnesota-based education policy organization.
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