Open-source educational quizzes aim to teach without the teacher

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The web has now become a great tool for learning — whether through Wikipedia or YouTube tutorials — but these channels sometimes lack the kind of interactivity of the physical classroom, where teachers can offer encouragement or help children work their way through a math calculation they're stuck on. Aiming to replicate this, Oppia is a new open-source platform from Google that lets anyone create interactive online learning activities that give feedback at every step. Users can create an activity by including text, links, images, video, maps and code evaluators to introduce the student to the topic, as well as…

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