How can a science teacher help students better understand scientific phenomena through computer modeling and simulation?
With their teachers’ guidance, high school biology, chemistry, and physics students in Massachusetts and New Mexico have been strengthening their science knowledge via Science+C units. Read More
And we’re off! Teachers participating in the 2021/22 Science+C program begin their one-week virtual summer PD today, July 26! On the agenda for the week are meeting their colleagues, program […]
On Saturday, November 7, 2020, seventeen Science+C pilot teachers gathered online for six hours of professional development (PD) to introduce computer modeling into high school science classes. The participants learned […]
Hands-on experiments are important learning experiences in the science classroom, but what if the phenomenon is too small, too large, too slow, too fast, too expensive or too dangerous to […]
Project GUTS: Using, modifying, and creating computer models for simulating phenomena appeared in the October, 2018 edition of Science Scope. (Project GUTS Computer Models Article) Author: Raja Ridgway Summary One […]
EDC and University of Oregon research and implementation related to online professional development for the Exploring Computer Science curriculum will be featured in Computing in Science Engineering: Online Professional Development […]
Online Professional Development for Computer Science Teachers: Gender-Inclusive Instructional Design Strategies was honored as a Best of RESPECT, 2019 paper and featured in the special edition of The International Journal […]