May 11-15, 2015
The NSF 2015 Teaching and Learning Video Showcase held May 11-15 was a fabulous collaborative effort of seven NSF resource centers that featured 112 presentations and reached more than 22,000 unique visitors from 146 countries. Congratulations to the 6 cyberlearning-themed videos, below, that were highly recognized. There many near ties, and many more exemplary videos that reached a large public audience and broadly disseminated innovative work. Thank you for helping make it happen!
- PhET Interactive Simulations by Kathy Perkins
- The CryptoClub: Cryptography and Mathematics in Middle-Grade Afterschool Programs and Online by Janet Beissinger
- Merlin Bird ID App by Miyoko Chu
- Interactive Video Vignettes by Robert Teese
- INK-12: Expressive Digital Tools for Elementary Math Education by Andee Rubin
- The Power of Implicit Game-Based Learning by Jodi Asbell-Clarke
Original Call for Participation
This online event will showcase cutting-edge NSF-funded work to improve teaching and learning. Participants will share compelling designs and findings in a web showcase, which will both expand your research and help you engage others around your work. Colleagues affiliated with CIRCL, CADRE, CAISE, CS10Kcommunity, MSPnet, STELAR, and ARC communities are invited to join the event to view, discuss, and comment on each others’ work.
Presenters submit and present a 3-minute video to be shared in the week-long showcase. Videos should showcase your intervention, innovation, and/or research. Your video should address potential impact, promise, and challenges.
During this event, CIRCL and the other resource centers will attract a large audience to your work and also supply facilitators to create a constructive online dialogue around the videos. Viewers will vote on the videos they find most compelling, and those that win the most votes will receive recognition online and will be broadly recognized throughout the NSF and STEM Ed communities. All videos and discussions will be archived for future access.
Registation to present a video is now closed.
As this is the first such cross-resource center video showcase event, we are limiting it to 100 video presentations — apply early!
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Facilitators from each resource center will select a few videos that exhibit extraordinary creativity in the use of video to share innovative work. In addition, all visitors to the event will be asked to select those videos that they find most compelling. Those with the greatest number of public votes will also receive recognition online. Those presentations that are selected by facilitators and by the public will be broadly recognized throughout the NSF and STEM Ed communities.
Criteria for inclusion
Your video must be related to a funded NSF project. The video must be under three minutes and be designed to effectively convey your intervention, innovation or research’s potential impact, promise and challenges. Videos can be prepared by a team or by an individual project member. The audio must be audible online. Reviewers from each resource center will review videos to ensure they meet these criteria.
Note that by submitting a video, you agree to actively participate in the online event May 11-15.
Videos should address at least one (but can be more) of the following topics:
- Computer Science
- Professional Development Models
- Design and Development
- Broadening Participation
- Integrating STEM and CS
- Informal Learning
- Addressing NGSS Practices
- Addressing Common Core
Grade Level List
- Grades K-6
- Grades 6-8
- Grades 9-12
- Adult learners