Data-Enhanced Investigations for Climate Change Education, a collaboration with SRI International and NASA, involves us in developing and piloting interactive websites for high school classroom climate-change investigations. Contact Ruth Krumhansl.
Next Generation Preschool Science engages us in developing and studying a preschool science curriculum supplement that will draw upon technology to engage young children in exploring big ideas in life, physical, and earth sciences. Contact Marion Goldstein.
Ocean Tracks is designing and testing a Web interface and data analysis tools that simplify accessing and analyzing data so students can focus on making meaning of data to investigate complex scientific questions. Contact Christine Brown.
Other Worlds/Other Earths, a collaborative product designed with Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, allows students to detect exoplanets using online telescopes and Web-based data analytical tools. Contact Ruth Krumhansl.
Possible Worlds offers four, free games that fit into regular science curricula and target science misconceptions, reading difficulties, and motivational issues that hamper science learning and teaching. Contact Katherine McMillan Culp.
Universal Design Curriculum Toolkit offers guidelines and an open-source Web-based software system that curriculum developers can use to digitally customize inquiry-based science curricula to incorporate UDL features. Contact Jackie Miller.
WebLabs guide students through a series of virtual experiments. Each lab is rated on a scale of difficulty and offers notes and instructions for students and teachers. Contact Kristen Bjork.