The Truth about Bilingual Interpretation: Guest Post by Steve Yalowitz

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He is fluent in Spanish (for a non-native speaker) and one of his main areas of study is bilingual interpretation in out-of-school environments. When we received the award, we felt a great sense of opportunity and responsibility, since this was the first NSF-funded research study about bilingual families and their experiences in fully bilingual exhibitions. You can download the research report and find out about the research model, methods, analysis and implications for the field.

Scratch: An Educational, Multi-Generational Online Community that Works

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but still, a programming environment. For example, check out this discussion about the Monte Carlo method, Pi, and what it means to be forty. Again, the ScratchR team is promoting use of Scratch and community-building around the programming environment. The initial NSF proposal for ScratchR focused on creating networked opportunities for teams of kids who were already using Scratch and for whom a social component would add value to their education experiences.

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