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  1. Anthony Petrosino
  2. https://education.utexas.edu/faculty/anthony_petrosino
  3. Associate Professor
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  5. University of Texas at Austin
  1. Corey Brady
  2. Assistant Professor
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  4. Vanderbilt University
  1. Jason Harron
  2. http://www.jasonharron.com
  3. Graduate Research Assistant / Ph.D. Candidate
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  5. University of Texas at Austin
  1. Carolyn Remmler
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  3. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, University of Texas at Austin, Vanderbilt University
  1. Walter Stroup
  2. Chair & Associate Professor
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  4. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  1. Uri Wilensky
  2. Lorraine H. Morton Professor
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  4. Northwestern University, Ctr for Conn. Learning & Computer-Based Modeling, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems

Collaborative Research: Group-Based Cloud Computing for STEM Education Project

NSF Awards: 1615207

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Undergraduate, Graduate

Group-Based Cloud Computing (GbCC) provides an alternative to the Initiation (teacher) - Response (student) - Evaluation (teacher) sequence of instruction typical of many classrooms. GbCC is agent-based modeling program, powered by NetLogo Web, that allows learners to work collaboratively to participate in, author, and share models. Models developed in NetLogo Web cover a range of domain content including, but not limited to: disease transmission, population dynamics, physical phenomena, and social stratification. GbCC provides network supported, generative design based learning and teaching opportunities.

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