The Collaboratory Project’s Science Fair Repository
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Barone, R., Blythe, A. & Revelins, B. (2000). The Collaboratory Project’s Science Fair Repository. In Proceedings of International Conference on Mathematics / Science Education and Technology 2000 (pp. 44-49). AACE.
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International Conference on Mathematics / Science Education and Technology (MSET) 2000
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Northwestern University and Deerfield School District 109 in Illinois are collaborating on a project that seeks to encourage cross-district collaboration and the sharing of resources between teachers and students via the internet. The setting for this initiative is the annual school science fair with its broad scientific scope and need for community involvement. Northwestern's Collaboratory Project has developed an internet application that is being piloted in classes at both junior high schools in District 109. The results thus far have been encouraging and are reported here by a member of the development team and the two teachers adopting this technology.
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- Guiding students to conduct research project for Science Fair via TINS
- An Exploratory Study of Pre-service Teachers’ Perceptions in Using Free and Open Source Tools
- Putting technology into the core of pre-service education
- The Effect of a Technology Leadership Workshop on Principals’ Five Dimensions of Technology Leadership
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