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.
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.
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.
Sixty teachers will work with 135 students (particularly girls) from the Denver area to integrate the learning of mathematics, computer science and art as they develop humane computer games and learn skills applicable to a variety of IT careers.
Over 400 teachers from a wide range of disciplines, and over 9000 grade 5-12 students mostly from rural and suburban NC, SC, and CA have engaged in computer science programming involving problem solving, animation, creativity, and story telling.