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Wonderville: How We Hear

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An interactive lesson with detailed diagrams and explanations that will help learners better understand the hearing process. Students take an incredible journey wearing a special pair of virtual goggles that lets them see sound and sound waves. While checking out objects in the professor’s lab, they can investigate the difference between animal hearing and human, then click on “About the Science.”

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