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  • Massachusetts STEM Summit 2014

    Massachusetts STEM Summit 2014

    We're participating in two panel discussions at the Massachusetts STEM Summit on October 22. Topics include strategies, lessons learned and the latest digital resources for engaging students of science, engineering and math. Hope to see you there!
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    We'll be at MassCUE October 22-23 explaining how to use hundreds of free activities integrating probes and models that we've developed for grades 3-14, including the award-winning Molecular Workbench. Learn more »

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    The Cryptic Case of the Coded Fair

    Concord Consortium President Emeritus Bob Tinker, his wife Barbara and former member of the board Penny Noyce have authored a book in the Galactic Academy of Science series. The Cryptic Case of the Coded Fair teaches middle school students about encryption while telling a fun and exciting story of history and adventure. Learn more »

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    Fathom Dynamic Data Software makes gathering, visualizing, simulating and analyzing data fun! Fathom is a Windows and Mac OSX application for students and teachers in math, statistics, science and social science (grades 8-14). McGraw-Hill Education has transferred the Fathom IP to William Finzer, Fathom’s lead developer and now PI of our Common Online Data Analysis Platform project. Download a free copy now »

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    We're excited to be part of the LearnLaunch conference in Boston on September 12. We'll exhibit our deeply our deeply digital education technology as well as engaging in discussions about the future of learning. Visit the conference website for more details »

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