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News from the Concord Consortium

  • 2016 DR K-12 Meeting

    2016 DR K-12 Meeting

    We'll be at the DR K-12 PI meeting in Washington, DC, with several presentations and poster sessions. Learn about enhancing scientific argumentation through automated feedback, scientific modeling across the K-12 continuum, leveraging open source tools across NSF-funded projects, and much more. View presentation details »

  • Transforming Undergraduate Research Opportunities Using Telepresence

    Transforming Undergraduate Research Opportunities Using Telepresence

    A new article appears in the May issue of the Journal of Geoscience Education, featuring the Transforming Remotely Conducted Research through Ethnography, Education, and Rapidly Evolving Technologies (TREET) project. We describe eight undergraduate students' experiences conducting ocean science research using telepresence, and lessons learned about the promise and challenges of using telepresence to engage undergraduate students in authentic research. Learn more »

  • The Concord Consortium

    STEM for All
    Video Showcase

    We’re thrilled to present five videos in the National Science Foundation STEM for All Video Showcase from May 17 to 23! We invite you to view the videos and join the conversation about the latest research in STEM and computer science teaching and learning. Please vote for our videos through Facebook, Twitter, or email! Learn more »

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    Read the Spring 2016 @Concord Now

    Our Spring 2016 @Concord is now available. In the feature article, learn about gesture-based approaches to interacting with simulations. Also, discover how a robot can help students write better scientific argument; support secondary students with new systems dynamics modeling tool; and learn about the challenge of an open-ended engineering design challenge. Plus, get code to create multi-user activities. Read more »

  • 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 »

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