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News from the Concord Consortium

  • NARST 2016

    NARST 2016

    At the 2016 NARST conference in Baltimore, MD, we presented about stealth assessment using machine-generated logs of student behavior in a CAD design, correlating student drawings and texts to assess understanding of the particle model of matter, and how hand gestures support the reasoning of critical science concepts that have unseen structures and mechanisms. View presentation details »

  • AERA 2016

    AERA 2016

    We enjoyed presenting at AERA this year! Concord Consortium President Chad Dorsey chaired a symposium on modeling and visualizing student learning of science and engineering practices. Chief Learning Scientist Janet Kolodner chaired a poster session on connecting learners to place and personal experience with technology. And Bill Finzer shared student interactions with CODAP in a symposium on student thinking, learning, and inquiry. View sessions »

  • NSTA Conference 2016

    NSTA 2016

    At the NSTA conference in Nashville this year, we had ten presentations! Topics covered included classroom-based approaches for using NGSS-focused physical science assessment tasks; free, classroom-tested secondary school curriculum on climate change, freshwater sustainability, air pollution, land use, and hydraulic fracturing; improving elementary school student conceptual understanding through visualizations; a free online app to help users make decisions about local watershed issues; data visualization activities from multiple disciplines using free online software; and much more.
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  • The Concord Consortium

    Request for Proposals: Website Redesign

    We're looking for a website designer to assist us in updating our website. We have lots of online material and a variety of audiences with whom to share our work. We’d like to redesign the website user experience, including navigation, look and feel, content, and information architecture. We’re looking for designs, a style guide, and code. Read the RFP »

  • Sensing Science online course

    Free Online Course for K-2 Teachers

    A new Sensing Science online course is open for enrollment for K-2 teachers. Learn how to take your students on an online journey of temperature and heat with our Land of Bump interactive online story. Facilitate authentic questioning and support students as they engage in the practices of science. Space for this course is limited. Apply now »

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