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Geniverse dragons have landed

The world of Geniverse is now open and freely available to the public. Start with Geniversity, the official website designed to support our growing community of dedicated teachers.

Next-Generation Molecular Workbench

Molecular Workbench

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New curriculum uses models and real-world data to help middle and high school students explore current unanswered research questions in earth and space science.

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Construct a model of chemical reactions involving energy and electrostatic interactions and compare reactions and changes in energy.

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News from the Concord Consortium

  • NSTA

    See You at NSTA 2017

    We're presenting at the National Science Teachers Association conference in Los Angeles, March 30 - April 2. Learn how students can explore local watersheds with a scientifically valid watershed model; discover free Earth system and environmental science simulations and curricula; try a new student-focused tool supporting constructing, testing, and revising dynamic system models; find out what science classrooms using three-dimensional learning that support making sense of gene-environmental interactions look like; and more. View conference details »

  • ACM Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction Conference

    ACM Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction Conference

    Sherry Hsi and her colleagues present FoldMecha, a computer-aided design (CAD) system for exploratory construction of mechanical papercraft at the TEI 2017 conference in Yokohama, Japan. Learn more »

  • Global Education and Skills Forum 2017

    Global Education &
    Skills Forum 2017

    We're thrilled to have presented at the Global Education and Skills Forum 2017 in Dubai. We demoed Paper Mechatronics and Energy3D in GESF's Future Zone.
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  • Science Teacher Features Article on High-Adventure Science Energy Module

    Science Teacher Features Article on High-Adventure Science Energy Module

    The March 2017 issue of The Science Teacher features "The future of energy: Having students compare the effects of different energy sources on the environment," an article on the High-Adventure Science energy module by Amy Pallant, Sarah Pryputniewicz, and Hee-Sun Lee. Learn more »

  • Data Science Education Webinar

    Data Science
    Education Webinar

    See members of the Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP) project discuss highlights from the Data Science Education Technology conference. The conference convened 100 researchers, curriculum developers, and software developers to build a community and identify innovative tools and approaches for integrating data science into the K-12 classroom. Register now »

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