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Revolutionary Digital Learning for Science, Math, and Engineering
Revolutionary Digital Learning for Science, Math, and Engineering

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Where's the data? Find out later today! At 2pm (EST), Concord Consortium President Chad Dorsey will be part of a panel on the Association of American Publishers webinar "PreK-12: OER and the K-12 Classroom - Where's the Data?"

Hear from Chad and others working with OER developers to provide teachers with performance data, and learn how they are trying to marry openly licensed content and a data-driven world.

Details and registration at the link below.

We're thankful for all the teachers helping to shape the future through education. Happy Thanksgiving!

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New projects are making use of CODAP in innovative ways!

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Get under the hood in this technical piece from the fall @Concord and learn how to use the Leap Motion controller in desktop mode to capture hand movements and control web applications.

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What do students remember from one virtual world to the next in order to solve challenges? Learn more about our research:

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Our new Data Science Games project is developing games for middle and high school students to use data while learning science. The games are embedded in our Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP), so students can analyze their data to better understand the game, improve their game strategy, and level up—plus experience data science at the same time. We’re excited about the potential of this new genre of educational technology.

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Thanks to +New York Hall Of Science for hosting our board meeting. Inspired by all the creativity and making!
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Learn how Carolyn Staudt’s career path took her from secondary school teaching to overseeing a geodesic dome, which served as a moonbase, and from groundbreaking work with sensors for educational use to professional development to help teachers customize activities for their own classrooms, and more!

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It's time for a Monday's Lesson from the fall issue of @Concord! Learn to model ocean acidification with SageModeler, our new web-based systems modeling tool.

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+WIRED interviews famous theoretical physicist Helen Quinn. We're proud to have recently welcomed Helen to our board of directors!
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