Supercomputing requires math, thinking skills, algebra and computational thinking and an awareness of gateways to computing. New technologies require rethinking the use of technology Cyberlearning does that for transformational learning.
Back in July, one of EdSurge's coding-themed articles went viral. It told the story of the genesis of Google's CS First initiative--a program designed by a team of educators and computer scientists to get students interested in coding through afterschool and summer programs, but at a very low cost.
Video games can be used to educate through repetition and feedback, but they can also have some less-than-positive side effects. Learn about how video games can improve the educational experience as well as hinder it.
Science on a Sphere displaying imagery of the Western Hemisphere. This mesmerizing visualization system developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration uses computers and video projectors to display animated data on the outside of a suspended, 6-foot diameter, white sphere. Four strategically placed projectors work in unison to coat the sphere with data such as "3-D surface of the Earth and Nighttime Lights," "Moon and Mars" and "X-ray Sun."
Built as a vehicle for education and public outreach programs, "Science on a Sphere" targets three audiences: walk in visitors and scheduled event participants, students and teachers participating in formal education exercises, and science professionals who use the system as a platform to share their work with the science community.
Goddard's "Science on a Sphere" video library includes a vast array of visualizations and animations, as well as the following produced films.
This Science on a Sphere is in many locations around the world. Google it to find one near you or write a grant to get it in your learning space.
When schools nurture student creativity, they foster inquisitiveness, persistence, imagination, discipline, and collaboration, leading to improved classroom behavior, motivation, attendance, and academic attainment.
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