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  • Chad Dorsey

    NSTA 2015

    There were two Concord Consortium presentations at this year's NSTA conference. We talked about engineering with models and sensors, and assessments for physical science that integrate the three dimensions of NGSS. Our High-Adventure Science activities were also featured at National Geographic's booth. Learn more »

  • Google Summer of Code 2015

    Google Summer of
    Code 2015

    We're thrilled to participate in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) for the fourth year running! GSoC offers stipends to student developers to write code for open source projects. If you're a student and want to spend your summer writing code with some of our very geeky and super friendly mentors, please look through our ideas list and apply. Learn more »

  • Teaching Graph Literacy

    Teaching Graph Literacy

    A new article in Science Scope outlines a step-by-step approach to help students understand graphs. "Teaching graph literacy across the curriculum" urges educators to use a new and tested way to teach students how graphs communicate meaning. Six free interactive graph literacy activities are available online and also as a new app for iPads. Learn more »

  • AAAS 2015

    AAAS 2015

    At this year's AAAS conference, Senior Scientist Bill Finzer participated in a panel discussing data-driven science learning in the classroom. He described the Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP), and showed that providing frequent opportunities for learning data science in the context of learning science has become an important responsibility of all science educators. Learn more »

  • High-Adventure Science

    HAS Lessons on
    NatGeo Education

    Two High-Adventure Science online curriculum lessons are now available on the National Geographic Education website. The lessons explore questions such as "What is the future of Earth's climate?" and "What are our energy choices?" and include interactive systems models and real-world data. Learn more »

  • Graph Literacy

    Free Graph Literacy App

    We’re delighted to announce our Graph Literacy app for iPad! The new app is designed for middle school students to investigate equivalent graphs, learn to interpolate values, discover the difference between dependent and independent variables and more. Based on extensive research, Graph Literacy activities are aligned with the Common Core. Download from the App Store now »

  • Request for Proposals: UX/UI

    Request for
    Proposals: UX/UI

    We’re looking for a UX/UI designer to assist us with two related projects. We’re developing a new systems modeling tool for middle and high school students to create runnable systems dynamics models, see the output and compare it with the output of one or more other data sources. Students will then use our Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP) to analyze data. Read the RFP »

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