Project Updates

  • Introducing 21st Century Teaching Tools
    | News, Project Update

    John Pollock, Ph.D., and his project team with The Partnership in Education at Duquesne University, meet regularly with a wide range of collaborators, including artists and animators, technologists and developers, educators and evaluators, and medical doctors and researchers from leading institutions around the world. Together, they create high-caliber, rigorously-tested, science-education tools for the 21st century that […]

  • FoodMASTER is On the Road Again!
    | News, Project Update

    A newly formed component “FoodMASTER: Reach to Teach” has introduced more than 1,000 registered dietitian-nutritionists (RDNs) to its nutrition-science education programs. The component is designed to foster worldwide synergistic relationships between dietitian-nutritionists and teachers. FoodMASTER spokesperson Sylvia Escott-Stump already has made a splash in Portugal, Greece, Switzerland, Thailand, Singapore, and New Hampshire in the U.S., and […]

  • More Than One Million Downloads!
    | News, Project Update

    Since its inception, Monster Heart Medic, along with associated educational apps in The Lawrence Hall of Science’s apps family, have had more than 1 million downloads. That’s nothing to sneeze at! Darrell Porcello, Ph.D., with The University of California Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science, and in partnership with the University of California San Francisco Benioff […]

  • Seeing is Believing…
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    Studies have shown that when students know what the consequences are for risky behavior, they are less likely to engage in that behavior. This series of hands-on, inquiry-based lessons uses living animals, planarians, to model human physical responses to chemicals of addiction—some of which are found in foods. Over 300 teachers across four states have […]

  • Update: We Role Like This!
    | News, Project Update

    Inspire and educate students with e-books and interactive game from the “This is How We ‘Role’’’ project. Four beautifully illustrated storybooks engage young students as they enter a world of subtle role-playing to learn the differences or similarities between how people and animals are treated by professionals. All books are available in English and in Spanish. […]