Grant will support development of the Martha Madison Serious Game Suite for Physical Science
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
If you drive around Rochester, New York long enough, you are bound to run into an optics or imaging corporation. There are the giants, of course: Xerox Corp., Bausch & Lomb, Inc., and Eastman Kodak. Rochester is also home to around 50 small and midsized optics companies, which produce everything from optic technologies for motor vehicle sensor systems to the lenses of the Hubble telescope. The study of light, and all its many applications, has been a part of Rochester’s history for over 150 years.
Second Avenue Learning is pleased to announce that Professor David Simkins, our colleague from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), will be presenting a joint paper on the Martha Madison project at the 2014 Frontiers in Education Conference. The conference, held this year in Madrid, draws together professionals from a wide variety of fields, for the purpose of furthering innovations in STEM, with a special focus on engineering education.
Now that it's officially back-to-school season, we are excited to announce that we have a brand new math app to share: Quacktions!
To celebrate the launch of The Center for Game and Simulation-Based Learning, Excelsior College is hosting a celebratory event Friday, May 16th at 1 PM on Capitol Hill. Join fellow education thought leaders, legislators, and policy makers to learn about fresh approaches to game-based learning. Presentations will focus on the importance of disruptive innovation, and the future of education.
"You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation." -Plato
Are you at the 2013 SIIA Ed Tech Industry Summit in San Francisco this week? One of the hottest conferences in the edtech space for the K-16 marketplace, the Ed Tech Industry Summit celebrates its tenth year with the theme Navigating "Next". Conference programming will focus on the future of teaching and learning, emerging trends and best practices.
Today we're at TEDxRochester, an independently organized TED event devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.