SportTechie Feature “Science of Sport Seeks to Grow Its Impact in STEM Education”


SportTechie | Written by Jesse Lovejoy | October 19, 2018

“I read Moneyball, and the light bulb went off,” Valerdi said Ricardo. “I asked myself ‘Why can’t we use baseball statistics to teach kids math?’ Then, we started doing it, seeing the ways kids responded, and then the bulbs really started flashing. We knew we’d found something.”

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