Linking Real-World Science to Schools
Cultural institutions, researchers, and “makers” are using technology to expand their connections with K-12 science educators, push students and teachers to become creators of science content, and blur the boundaries between classrooms, the real world, and virtual environments. Among the initiatives that are working to make those changes happen:
More, Deeper Learning Connections
As part of its new approach to K-12 education, the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access hosted a three-part online conference ...
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