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New Tools, Old Contexts
Thursday, March 27, 2014

Dr. Daniel Light and Elizabeth Pierson have published a paper on the successful integration of tech tools into a traditional school system in Argentina.

Fostering Teacher Efficacy
Thursday, March 13, 2014

Dr. Deborah Rosenfeld writes about increasing preschool teachers' confidence and competence for teaching math to very young children, on the Learning and Teaching Blog.

Q&A About ELL
Friday, February 28, 2014

Pilar Gonzalez answers questions about educational technology for English Language Learners on the New America Media website.

Putting the History in Black History Month
Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The WNET Education Newsletter features "Mission US 2: Flight to Freedom" in honor of Black History Month.

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Play our four Possible Worlds games (online and on iTunes) that address common middle-school science misconceptions about photosynthesis, genetics, electricity, and heat transfer.

 

Whereabouts
Apr 14
Babette is in Washington, DC, field-testing afterschool science activities with students with disabilities.
Apr 10
Marion and Regan are talking to preschoolers in Queens about science.
Apr 8
Babette is in Washington, DC, to get input from teachers about how to make afterschool science activities more accessible to students with disabilities.