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

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We're presenting a studio workshop at the Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interactions conference and inviting guests to make paper machines. A computer-aided design (CAD) system for exploratory construction of mechanical papercraft, FoldMecha enables users to design their own movements with simple mechanisms by modifying parameters and build physical prototypes.

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We're thrilled to present at the Global Education and Skills Forum 2017 in Dubai this weekend! We'll demo Paper Mechatronics and Energy3D in GESF's Future Zone. 

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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.

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Our friends at +FableVision interview Concord Consortium CEO +Chad Dorsey in their March FableFriday.

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Join members of the Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP) project in a webinar March 3, 1-2 pm EST. They’ll discuss highlights from the February 15-17 Data Science Education Technology conference, which 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: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DSET2017

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We're thrilled to see our friend Kathy Benemann in an MIT startup competition to improve learning outcomes for displaced young people. The startup, EruditeAI, has been selected as a finalist to pitch to both MIT and the UN, but they still need votes. Please check out and vote for their solution for refugee education that augments teaching capacity through the power of artificial intelligence and chatbot technologies.

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Hola from Ecuador where board member Helen Quinn is sharing ideas for supporting STEM education with professors of science at the National University of Education.
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