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A New SEEDKIT for the New Year!
What contains six magnets, two coils of wire, one crank handle, and can generate enough power to light a small lightbulb? The new Electric Generator SEEDKIT of course!
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News From Around the Globe
It's time for the SEED news roundup—news from around the world of SEED.
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Robotics in Nigeria
They came from SEED schools all over Nigeria. Their mission: attend the Exposure Robotics League (XRL). Their goal: learn as much about robotics as they could during the course. Did they make it? What did they learn? What was built?
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Granted for Success
In the last few months two SEED projects in particular have caught the eye of the business community and education ministers. Students from Russia and Mexico have been awarded grants for further development.
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The Power of One
Take one volunteer from Alaska, equip him with two SEEDKITS, send him to a classroom full of eager Cambodian students, and what do you get? The answer is: one powerful workshop experience!
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SEED Youth Can!
SEED students showed the world what they can do at YouthCaN 2013, an environmental conference for youth, by youth. The theme for 2013 was water quality, one of SEED’s favorite topics.
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Mexican Students and Teachers Rise to the Challenge
SEED Mexico Coordinator Juan Francisco Naranjo Pereyra called the achievement “remarkable,” and noted that 235 teams participated worldwide, and only 131 made it to the semi-finals.
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A SEED Renaissance in Algeria
Since April 2012, when Smail Djebrouni officially became coordinator, the program has blossomed with workshops and reconnections with schools.
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Coordinators: The Guiding Hands of SEED
If students are the heart of the SEED program and teachers are the minds, then our coordinators are the hands. Coordinators are the critical interface between the students, teachers, local communities, schools, volunteers, SEED staff, and the program itself.
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School Life a Highlight of Teacher Blogs
What do teachers and students around the world do when they aren’t working on SEED projects? How are SEED schools and students the same and how are they different? That is the essence of the teacher blog project, an effort to get to know more about SEED teachers, students, and their schools.
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Continued Project Development in Nigeria
A SEED collaborative workshop brings teachers and students together from different regions to learn about a particular science theme.
Printer Friendly VersionJanuary 2013
SEED: Bigger and Better in Ecuador
It has been a busy 2012 for Ecuador, with nine workshops and a new school joining the roster. The year was capped off in November with a national teacher conference and workshop in Quito—a first for Ecuador and a first for SEED worldwide.