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Journal of Extension

February 2010 Volume 48, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Sky's the Limit: Integrating Geospatial Tools with Pre-College Youth Education

    John McGee & Jeff Kirwan

    Geospatial tools, which include global positioning systems (GPS), geographic information systems (GIS), and remote sensing, are increasingly driving a variety of applications. Local governments and... More

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  2. Robots, GPS/GIS, and Programming Technologies: The Power of "Digital Manipulatives" in Youth Extension Experiences

    Bradley S. Barker, Neal Grandgenett, Gwen Nugent & Viacheslav I. Adamchuk

    The study reported here examined the effectiveness of educational robotics combined with GPS/GIS technologies used as "digital manipulatives" in the teaching of concepts in science, engineering,... More

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  3. Idaho Robotics Opportunities for K-12 Students: A K-12 Pipeline of Activities Promoting Careers in Science, Engineering, and Technology

    Timothy G. Ewers

    4-H youth development programs nationwide are responding to the 4-H National Science, Engineering, and Technology (4-H SET) Initiative to involve more youth in Science, Engineering, and Technology ... More

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