STEM Resource: The Concord Consortium BlogBy Internet Scout Report
The Concord Consortium is a Concord, Massachusetts-based non-profit educational research and development organization that seeks to introduce helpful technology into the teaching of science, math, and engineering.
The consortium’s blog, which dates back to January of 2008, can be a helpful resource for teachers, students, or anyone who is fascinated by the latest developments in the intersecting worlds of education and STEM.
The monthly write ups average about 700 words. Each one focuses on some topic that students of STEM will likely find engaging and educational. Recent blogs have focused on the common architectural styles supported by the computer-aided engineering tool Energy3D, the deception of unconditionally stable solvers in the production of video games, and two “global experiments” on the policy of climate change.
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