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  1. Radio epiSTEMology is an ongoing research and creation project for exploring our emerging identities in an ever-changing world of computing and technoscience, a world often represented by the term STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

    Here on the Radio EpiSTEMology team we want to know how radio and podcast experiences can be STEM experiences. We explore, research and create audio design and listening opportunities that open up new ways of connecting with STEM knowledge and communities for students, teachers, parents and publics.
    Our featured podcast episodes for the week can be found here: STEM Radio Hour and Teacher Podcast Series.
    Funding for this project is provided by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary, the Werklund School of Education - University of Calgary, and the Imperial Oil Foundation.
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  2. Great article on how the Forum makes discussion easier. Not about having all of the shiny bits.
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  3. words. hr words.
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  4. Results of the study indicated that many participants had positive perceptions of the badges, finding them authentic and innovative. Some participants had negative or mediocre perceptions of digital badges, finding them less prestigious than a certificate of completion.
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  5. holy shit. this is amazing.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2017-08-28)
  6. summer project for a student this year
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  8. With this in mind, she has created what she calls “performed paintings”, which she describes as an analysis of the body’s relationship to painting and sculpture. In her work, she physically choreographs common aspects of painting such as flatness, depth and rhythm or mood; she then adds the use of human figures under fabric cloaks or sheaths which mimic being underneath the surface, or skin, of a painting. 
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  9. the officially published copy of the Framework
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