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Simulation and Modeling in Technology Education (SMTE) Project

This is a temporary tutorial video for the Knowledge and Skills Builder level 1 - the "Cave of Volume (shape volume and surface area) Challenge" in the Survival Master game for STEM learning.You can follow along via the project website at http://gaming2learn.org/
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