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Computational Thinking Scenarios:...
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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 Security Presentation, asks students to ensure data is secure on a computer such that the computer can safely connect to the network.
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Particle Soup: Nucleosynthesis
This lab activity provided by the University of Washington's Astronomy Department, gives an introduction to Big Bang Nucleosynthesis. This lab helps students...
Celebratio Mathematica
Math educators and aficionados may be interested in Celebratio Mathematica, an open-access digital publication that "celebrates mathematics and related fields,...
Which One Doesn't Belong?
For mathematics instructors and tutors, math educator Mary Bourassa has created this collection of "thought-provoking puzzles for math teachers and students...
LabX: Extreme Event
From the National Academy of Sciences comes Extreme Event, an in-person role-playing game that simulates "build[ing] community resilience in the face of...
Deep Carbon Observatory
The Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO) is an international community of approximately one thousand scientists dedicated to researching various aspects of carbon...



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