Seventy five high school teachers learn to use the Alice programming tool to enhance STEM, English, Spanish, etc. instruction, and, along with 45 guidance counselors and 225 high school students, learn about appealing aspects of IT.
In Miami, FL, Santa Barbara, CA, and other locations across the U.S., 90 middle and high school teachers and their students use geospatial technologies to study three coastal ecosystems in NSF's Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) network.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sixty teachers from across the nation customize online investigations for their classrooms to solve plant-related biology problems and explore career connections featuring the technology and skills that support modern plant science.
Twenty teachers and 60 incoming tenth grade students in the Greater Orlando area are involved in learning about and interacting with modules that explore the relationship between mathematics and pictorial computing.
One hundred teachers, through materials used in their classes, will work with 10,000 students in the use of computer modeling to enhance science education and provide choices for additional career paths.