Moving Online: Transforming an Algebra Enrichment Program for Online instruction and the Impacts on Student Learning Experiences and Outcomes

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Hye Jin Park
Kiriko Takahashi
Kendra Nip
Tingting Reid
Jerrik Feliciano
Yoko Kitami
Alejandro Guillen

Keywords

math program, online implementation, STEM, Native Hawaiian Education , algebra, gifted education, online instruction

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