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Environmental and Spatial Technology Program - EAST

The Environmental and Spatial Technology Program, better known as the EAST Initiative, is a project-based service learning model that uses technology as a starting point to develop creative, open minded, innovative, problem-solving students. Started at one Arkansas school in 1996, the program has grown rapidly and is now being implemented in over 98 schools in several states.

Web-based Integrated Science Environment (WISE)

WISE is a great model for how technology can be used to truly enhance education, rather than just doing the 'same old thing' electronically. It's a simple yet powerful learning environment where students examine real-world evidence and analyze current scientific controversies. Curriculum projects are designed to meet standards and complement teachers' current science curriculum. Grade 5-12 students will find the projects exciting and engaging. A web browser is all they need to take notes, discuss theories, and organize their arguments... they can even work from home! A Teacher Area lets teachers explore new projects and grade students' work on the Web. Thanks to support from the National Science Foundation, everything in WISE is completely free. is a resource for curriculum developers and teachers who would like to learn more about the concept of WebQuests as an instructional strategy, find existing WebQuests, or create their own.
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