• The River City Project
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Tags/Keywords

virtual world, high school science, science education, epidimiology, scientific inquiry

Copyright Status

Site content copyright © 2004-2006 Harvard University.

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Resource Type

Research Projects, Programs or Centers

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Overview

The River City Project, is a National Science Foundation-supported simulation environment for learning scientific inquiry and 21st century skills. River City is an interactive computer simulation of a river town, based in the late 1800s, that combines digitalized Smithsonian artifacts with an inquiry-centered curriculum to engage middle and high school students.

Intended Audience

Middle School (6th through 8th grades or age 11-13), High School (9th through 12th grades or age 14-18), Teachers/Educators

Topic Area

epidemiology, scientific inquiry, experimentation

Authors

The National Science Foundation, Smithsonian's National Museum of American History - Division of Information Technology and Society, Arizona State University's Educational Technology Graduate Program, Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, Chris Dede, Timothy E. Wirth

Home Page Link

http://muve.gse.harvard.edu/rivercityproject/index.html

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