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Computational Thinking Scenarios:...
BATEC hosts these scenarios developed by the CISE Pathways to Revitalized Undergraduate Education in Computing program, formally funded by NSF. The scenarios were created to "infuse Computation Thinking learning opportunities into undergraduate computing education in a manner that can be replicated across a variety of institutions." This scenario, titled Assect Database, asks students to develop a database for a small town doctor's office that will keep track of inventory, patients, and employees.
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Serendip Studio: Hands-on...
Serendip Studio is ?a digital ecosystem, fueled by serendipity.? Organized around seven broad categories - playground, brain & behavior, complex systems, bio...
Talking about Sound and Music
Catherine Schmidt-Jones, in cooperation with the Connexions Project at Rice University, addresses the connection between musical instruments and the physics of...
CBIT: Chemistry - Biology...
This website describes the courses, student projects, and grants of the interdisciplinary Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) Training Program at the University...
Teaching Climate
Earth?s climate is a mind bogglingly complex system of interdependent parts, and teaching about that system is no easy task. This site from NOAA climate.gov p...
Quaternary Research Association
The Quaternary Research Association explains that it "exists to promote understanding of the Quaternary Period by publishing field guides, technical guides,...



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