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  1. Bob Beard
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  5. Center for Science and the Imagination, Arizona State University ASU
  1. Ed Finn
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  5. Center for Science and the Imagination, Arizona State University ASU
  1. Peter Nagy
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  1. Ruth Wylie
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  5. Center for Science and the Imagination, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, ASU, Arizona State University ASU

Increasing Learning and Efficacy about Emerging Technologies through Transmed...

NSF Awards: 1516684

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is a modern myth; a 200 year-old science-fiction story that explores themes of human creativity, societal responsibility and scientific ethics. Two centuries later, these themes continue to resonate in our technological age. As citizens with access to incredible tools for creation and transformation, we not only need to understand the fundamentals of science and technology, but also to develop the skills to actively participate in the policy discussions that surround these fields. Arizona State University, supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation, took on this challenge, pairing Mary Shelley’s compelling Frankenstein narrative with an integrated set of digital and hands-on activities to inspire deeper conversations about scientific and technological creativity and social responsibility.

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