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  1. Adi Kidron
  2. Post-Doctoral Researcher
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  4. University of California Berkeley
  1. Allison Bradford
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  3. University of California Berkeley
  1. Libby Gerard
  2. https://wise-research.berkeley.edu/
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  4. University of California Berkeley
  1. Emily Harrison
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  5. University of California Berkeley
  1. Jennifer King Chen
  2. Postdoctoral Research Scholar
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  1. Jonathan Lim-Breitbart
  2. Designer and Developer
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  4. University of California Berkeley
  1. Marcia Linn
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  1. Korah Wiley
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Project Learning with Automated, Networked Support (PLANS)

NSF Awards: 1451604

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8

Project Learning with Automated, Networked Supports (PLANS) transforms science and engineering education by combining investigation and analytic technologies to guide students’ design projects. Powered by the open-source, Web-Based Inquiry Science Environment (wise.berkeley.edu), PLANS combines hands-on and simulation-based investigations. Aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards, PLANS promotes students’ abilities to combine science practices, disciplinary concepts, and crosscutting themes to choose dilemmas to investigate and create and test design solutions for contemporary problems. This video features two of the PLANS curriculum units: Musical Instruments, in which 8th grade students design and build a water xylophone while exploring the physics of sound waves; and Global Climate Change, in which 6th grade students create climate action plans while exploring the effects of different human activities on the rising global temperature.

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