CyberBridge UCSD/SDSU

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Seventy five teachers from a variety of disciplines work in small interdisciplinary teams to engage hundreds of students in San Diego County, CA. Teams use Project-Based Learning approaches to work with scientists in partnership to develop student-created media in Spanish and English that communicate various science concepts and career options.
Project Information
5 (2007/2008-2010/2011)
Principal Investigator: 
Philip Bourne
University of California--San Diego
Primary Focus: 
Computer Science - Programming and Other
Organization Location City: 
La Jolla
Organization Location Region/State: 
California (CA)
Where project work happens: 
California (CA)
Other Area(s) of Focus: 
Computer Science - Programming and Other
general skills and mathematics
multimedia – audio, video and animation
Participant type: 
Middle School Teachers
High School Teachers
Middle School Students
High School Students
Target Area: 
Award Number: 
Overview Section

This is a project to engage students and teachers with the rapidly expanding science content available using information technology and through the cyberinfrastructure. Learners seldom have an opportunity to also be contributors, and underserved and disadvantaged students are most often bypassed for such opportunities. The project uses methods that the PI believes inspire student involvement and learning, engage teachers, and meet district/state/national standards.