Formal Education

Expanding Opportunities for Innovative and Technology Rich STEM Experiences through Florida's High School Career Academies

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Expired
Approximately 520,000 Florida high school student records from the Florida Department of Education administrative data and qualitative data from a subsample will be analyzed to determine the course-taking patterns, and career or college enrollment
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Conference on Cyberlearning Tools for STEM Education (CyTSE) - Collaborative Research

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Expired
CyTSE brings together scientists, cyberlearning developers, educational researchers, STEM educators (formal and informal), curriculum developers and other stakeholders that contribute to the agenda on K-12 STEM cyberlearning and workforce preparation.
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Communities for Rural Education, Stewardship & Technology (CREST) Renewal

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Expired
CREST networked 17 island and coastal schools throughout Maine into a learning community focusing on finding ways that students can use technology to find solutions to community questions.
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Fostering Interest in Information Technology

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Expired
Eighty high school students, 8 K-12 STEM teachers, and university students in Southeastern Michigan engage in design teams focused on IT-intensive STEM areas including environmental science, robotics, and bioinformatics, using diverse software systems.
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IDEAS: Inquiry-based Dynamic Earth Applications of Supercomputing, Seeing the Big Picture with Information Technology

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Expired
Sixty participating teachers at the University of Maine, as well as 180 students integrate computational modeling with existing middle school science curriculum to run computer models and to create high resolution interactive visualization output.
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Information Technology through Community Based Natural Resources Program for Students and Teachers

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Expired
Fifty middle and high school teachers and their students in central and eastern Kentucky learn how to use remote sensing technology to collect data on community-based natural resource problems and create 3-D computer models to simulate the issues.
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Nanotechnology and Bioengineering in Philadelphia Public Schools

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Expired
Seventy-two high school physical science and biology teachers, 180 students during summer workshops, and 24 guidance counselors in Philadelphia use education and information technologies to study and apply concepts in nanotechnology and bioengineering.
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OssaBEST: Ossabaw E-exploration for Students and Teachers

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Expired
Ninety teachers and 120 of their students in Savannah, Georgia, will be taught how to use information technologies along two tracks of streaming sensor data and building a multimedia field guide for Ossabaw Island.
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Clean Energy Literacy and Leadership (CELL)

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Expired
Five sites located in underserved, East San Francisco Bay Area urban communities will form a regional network where 300 students from ages 14 to 16 engage in clean energy, ICT and green technologies education, and conduct public outreach activities.
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Biomechanics and Robotics Explorations for IT Literacy and Skills in Rural Schools

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Expired
Sixty science and mathematics teachers from 20 high schools around Greenville, NC infuse technology into their classrooms; inquiry-based biomechanics and robotics problem-solving lessons stimulate student interest and learning among 180 students.
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