Join the virtual discussion to learn about ethnography and digital storytelling tools, and how they can be put to use to engage others in energy issues and social change! This webinar will feature case studies that highlight best practices and lessons learned related to ethnography and social change on energy issues, and the motivation behind the speakers' work on these issues through technology platforms.
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The Providence Journal
By Gina Macris, Journal Staff Writer
PORTSMOUTH — In the darkened auditorium of Portsmouth High School, students and teachers joined Governor Carcieri yesterday in watching a computer simulation of the way heat affects atoms. The atoms changed from white to red as they gyrated in larger and larger arcs, going from a solid substance, to a liquid, and then becoming a gas. Click the attachment below to read more.
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The Barre Montpelier -- Times Argus
By Lisa Rathke Associated Press
MONTPELIER — Chris Fitzhugh plans to spend spring break building a copper and PVC-pipe model to show how temperature differences in the ocean can be used to generate electricity.
The 17-year-old from Peacham and his teammates — two in Mexico, one at St. Johnsbury Academy — are competing in the Global Challenge, a Vermont-based contest aimed at improving American students' math and science skills. Please click the link below to read more.
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By: Jennifer Squires
Watsonville schools are quietly becoming a stronghold of young computer programmers, thanks to a small, grant-funded program that launched five years ago to help Latina girls learn about technology.
Watsonville Tecnología-Educación-Comunidad, better known as Watsonville TEC, is an extended learning program that reaches students from elementary school through high school graduation, as well as their parents.
And it’s netting phenomenal results.
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Event dates: October 28-31, 2012
The STEMtech conference is an international convening that emphasizes increasing student success in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) at all levels. Over 400 sessions focus on improving STEM education, better aligning educational systems with each other and local workforce needs, and technology's role in the teaching and learning processes.
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Friday 04/02/2010 2:45-3:45 PM
Grand Ballroom C
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American Educational Research Association (AERA)
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE)
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Wednesday 03/31/2010 10:15-11:15 AM
This session will share a paper on the qualitative/quantitative research and a youth-centered, participatory design methodology for educational technology development created through work with 3 NSF-funded STEM projects. In addition to the paper, the final products – digital libraries, web-based videos, virtual learning experiences – will also be demoed briefly for attendees.
Advancing a Community of Practice Among Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Evaluators: Developing and Bridging Formal NetworksSubmitted by jsullivan on Tue, 07/17/2012 - 15:50
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Think Tank Session 928 to be held in 207 A
Sponsored by the Pre-K - 12 Educational Evaluation TIG
Alyssa Na'im, Education Development Center, Inc.
Jack Mills, Independent Consultant
Kimberle Kelly, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jennifer Nielsen, Manhattan Strategy Group
Sam Held, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
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