Center for Innovative Learning Technologies (CILT)
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|Joining forces and leveraging resources to improve K-14 education. Four theme areas have been defined as initial opportunities, with a "theme team" for each. Teams meet annually with the best minds in their fields from Industry, Research, and Schools to define the year's pilot projects. As networks expand to more and more schools, this year's pilots become next year's products. 1. Tools for Learning Communities: Software and methods, collaborative learning on the Internet; 2. Visualization and Modeling: Computer-based models and representations, such as scientific visualizations; 3. Low-Cost, Ubiquitous Computing: Widespread access; 4. Technology and Assessment Models: network technologies to support student assessment and outcomes of technology-supported education. Projects with online discussions; White Papers, grant information.|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), Early College|
|Resource Types:||Organizations, Publications|
|Math Ed Topics:||Assessment/Testing, Technology in Math Ed, Computers, The Web and Pedagogy|
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