Cyberbridge is a collaborative project between University of California San Diego (UCSD), San Diego State University's (SDSU) Computational Science Research Center (CSRC) and Sweetwater Union High School District and funded by a National Science Foundation I-TEST grant. Each year, multi-disciplinary teams of high school teachers will engage their students in Informational Technology and Cyberinfrastructure by working together with a researcher from the CSRC to create products (videos, podcasts, etc) that communicate current research efforts. These student products will be posted to SciVee and exhibited at the San Diego Science Festival.

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Nov 1, 2009 Future of Science and Technology in Education
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Jul 17, 2009 Friday Week 2 individual reflection summer institute 09
I was particularly interested in the assessment part of the site, how to design a good assessment. In math, there are many skills that need to be...
Jun 27, 2009 Friday - Week 1 Individual reflection
What technology do you feel comfortable teaching to your students (i.e. Email, word processing, computer programming, advanced graphics...
Jun 26, 2009 Tuesday Week 2 - Individual Reflection
I wrote a message and then lost it in the cyber world! I'll try again. I think we have a great team and a lot of resources at school. To me,...

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