Science Everywhere

Lead: Caroline Pitt

Science Everywhere is an NSF funded research study aimed at understanding how technology can engage entire communities in science learning. We utilize a design-based research approach in which we co-design innovative science learning technology with families, teachers, and leaders in a community, implement that technology in the community, and then redesign that technology in an iterative design process. Broadly, this study will contribute to a theory on connected learning by developing an understanding of how to connect science learning at home, school, and community spaces with technology.