New STEM Institute Tackles Big Data

7/24/2013 8:00:00 PM

The Education Development Center (EDC) has created the “Oceans of Data Institute,” a group dedicated to infusing teaching and learning about big data into K-16 STEM courses. The institute will produce new materials for teachers and digital tools and curricula for students. The first product, already completed, is a new earth science curriculum that will be used in schools for the first time this fall.

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