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April 12th, 2011 | Posted by John Gribben

 
First question: What science topics would you like to see assessed in future modules? Please provide reasons for why you think your proposed topic(s) would be well suited for assessment in a virtual world (example: requires too much contextual information to be adequately tested on paper and pencil). We encourage you to voice your own opinions and ideas. If you agree or disagree with other ideas, explain your thinking.

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