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At the 2016 NSTA STEM Forum & Expo in Denver, CO, Carolyn Staudt explained how pre-kindergarten and kindergarten children can learn science and engineering practices through technology. She also discussed an exciting free online modeling app that gives anyone the ability to explore their local watershed. View presentation details»
On July 22 Carolyn Staudt presented at the Building Learning Communities conference in Boston. Carolyn shared the free Graph Literacy app for middle school students to identify important features of graphs and relate those features to the context of the graphs, plus the free Model My Watershed app with which students can visualize the impact of human action on their local watersheds. View presentation details»
On June 29th, we presented at Design Computing Cognition '16 in Evanston, Illinois. We discussed our experience navigating big data, generating useful data visualizations, and integrating process analytics with traditional performance assessment methods to relate design actions to learning outcomes. View presentation details»
At ISTE 2016 in Denver we presented a free, visually engaging web-based app that invites students to explore and evaluate their local watershed using real data and a scientifically valid watershed model. We also discussed how our Sensing Science project allows K-2 students to interact with their assumptions and reflect on their actions. View details»
In June we attended Cyberlearning 2016 in Arlington, VA, where we described our innovative work in data science games, augmented virtual learning experiences, integrating contributions from multiple research projects, and much more as part of several roundtable, working sessions, expert exchange sessions, and the gallery walk. View details»