Monthly Archives: February 2011

Different kinds of etools

So far for our project, we are exploring different kinds of etools, each of which provides a different kind of interaction with scientists, scientific data, and local relevance (and brings up the question of what an etool is). So far, … Continue reading

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Looking for modeling tools to use to teach about climate change…

Thinking about using My World GIS as a tool to teach about climate change. It seems complex and rich, with the ability for students to input local data on biodiversity and layer on top of climate change models to predict … Continue reading

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Report by the Pew Hispanic Center on use of technology across different ethnic groups

This came across my email the other day: a report by the Pew Hispanic Center on the use of technology across different ethnic groups. In thinking about the results of this report as they pertain to curriculum design that is … Continue reading

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