Category: Author: Carolyn Staudt
With Indigenous partners from both Alaskan and Hawaiian Native backgrounds, our NSF-funded project is co-designing a middle school curriculum to bridge Indigenous and Western science approaches to understanding the effect of climate change on coastlines.
Over 100,00 miles of rivers and streams crisscross the state of Oregon, and it boasts more federally designated Wild and Scenic segments of river than anywhere else in the country. Water practically outlines the state with the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Columbia River defining much of the northern boundary with Washington, and the […]
Bob Tinker, Emeritus President of the Concord Consortium, noted, “The creation of probeware represents one of the most valuable contributions of computers to education.” In 1981, Robert Tinker and Stephen Bannasch from the Technical Education Research Center developed the first educational temperature grapher. This software was developed for the Apple II computer and was part […]