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Build IT Underwater Robotics Scale Up for STEM Learning and Workforce Development (BISU)

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Expired
Thousands of middle and high school youth in five U.S. geographic regions implemented the underwater robotics curriculum, WaterBotics, in both classroom and out-of-school time settings led by hundreds of trained STEM teachers and informal educators.
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Exploring Databases: STEM Learning and Authentic Research in the High School Classroom

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Expired
In 2010-2011, over 900 high school students in Washington state will conduct scientific research using a database as part of their science curriculum, developing their understanding of the process of science and skills.
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TechREACH

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Expired
One hundred and eighty 12—18 year old students and their teachers in 6 schools in Eastern Washington state use GIS, GPS, robotics, videogame programming and more to investigate local community issues by conducting research with scientists and mentors.
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Rural Schools Science and Information Technology

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Expired
In Washington state, 60 teachers are mastering and implementing a curriculum that applies GIS, modeling/simulation and game development to environmental sciences. Teachers will work with 700 students.
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Science Journalism Pathways to STEM Careers

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Expired
Approximately 100 6th and 7th grade middle girls from 10 middle schools in the Seattle area are engaged in science journalism through information and communication technologies (ICT) to investigate and publish information about local science issues.
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Salmon Camp Research Team II

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Expired
One hundred and eighty middle and high school Native American students in Oregon, Washington State, and California are performing GIS surveys and utilizing computer modeling to map the spawning grounds of wild salmon.
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