ITEST Learning Resource Center at EDC

ITEST Idea Brief: Using Gaming & Computer Simulations for Youth Engagement & Learning

ITEST LRC Idea Brief Volume 5, March 2007

Increasingly, educators are leveraging games and computer simulations to create dynamic learning experiences. Among the numerous ITEST projects engaged in this work are Girl Game Company, in which girls design and program their own games, and Global Challenge, where

teams of youth learn about systems and scientific concepts through games and simulations.

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ITEST Newsletter: Spring 2012

Read about ITEST projects news, conferences and opportunities!

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ITEST Newsletter: Spring 2011

Read about ITEST projects news, conferences and opportunities!

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ITEST Newsletter: Winter 2011

Read about ITEST projects news, conferences and opportunities!

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ITEST Newsletter: Fall 2010

Read about ITEST projects news, conferences and opportunities!

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ITEST Newsletter: Summer 2010

Read about ITEST projects news, conferences and opportunities!

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ITEST Newsletter: Spring 2010

Read about ITEST projects news, conferences and opportunities!

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ITEST Newsletter: Issue 3, Fall 2006

Learn more about the ways that ITEST projects use hands-on activities with educators and youth to promote scientific inquiry.  The ITEST LRC Newsletter, Issue 3/Fall 2006 includes this feature story plus success stories from three ITEST projects, resources, and LRC news and events.

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ITEST Newsletter: Issue 2, Spring 2006

Learn about the many educators and young people who are using cutting-edge technology to support science learning.

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ITEST Newsletter: Issue 1, Fall 2005

This newsletter is designed to share the exciting work of teachers and students participating in ITEST (Information Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers) projects across the United States. Participating educators and young people work hand in hand with scientists and engineers on extended research projects that carry them beyond the classroom, using technology to explore topics ranging from biotechnology to environmental resource management.

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