Printer Friendly VersionDecember 2009
Guatemala: Big Heart, Bigger Impact
What does it take to start a SEED program in a new country? On July 27th, Guatemala found out by becoming the 42nd country to connect a school in the SEED program. Their success is owed to a determined coordinator, enthusiastic volunteers, and a committed GeoMarket.
Printer Friendly VersionOctober 2009
Evaporation SEEDKIT is Salty Cool Fun!
If the capacity existed to separate the salt from all that water on a massive scale, it would give the planet an enormous amount of fresh water. With SEED’s new Evaporation SEEDKIT, students and teachers can learn together how to desalinate water from saltwater.
Printer Friendly VersionSeptember 2009
Science for Everyone
Two more SEEDKITS are now available for volunteers and teachers to lead workshops at local schools. One SEEDKIT is a fun look at how the properties of liquids change under different conditions. The other SEEDKIT takes a serious look at preventing the spread of malaria.
Printer Friendly VersionJuly 2009
When Life Gives You Lemons, Make a Battery!
It’s not every day that students generate power from lemons. Or, is it? The Fruit Power SEEDKIT demonstrates the basic principles of generating electricity to students and teachers around the world by letting them make their own batteries.
Printer Friendly VersionJune 2009
SEEDKITS Bring Educational Evolution to SEED
A slow and steady buzz is penetrating the world of SEED...a call to volunteers asking for participation in videos, voiceovers, and photography projects was sent to SEED volunteers and the call was answered...
Printer Friendly VersionMay 2009
Claudia Urrea Brings Education Technology Closer to Children
My name is Claudia Urrea and I am an Education Technology Expert on the SEED team. You may be asking, "What is an education technology expert and what do they do for SEED?" The story goes back to my childhood...
Printer Friendly VersionApril 2009
SEED Launches New Web Site
If you visited the SEED Web site lately, then you may have noticed something different...a lot different! SEED is excited to announce the launch of our updated Web site.
Printer Friendly VersionFebruary 2009
The World of SEED Translations
On a daily basis, SEED and its employee-volunteers are bringing knowledge to our constituents by removing barriers. Imagine doing that in over forty countries – language could easily become a barrier.
Printer Friendly VersionJanuary 2009
Learning from Scratch
At a recent SEED Collaborative Workshop in Russia, students used a new programming language to create interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art. Students from Ecuador, Venezuela and Saudi Arabia also created their own animations and shared them on the Web so that anyone around the world could view them. The program generating so much buzz is Scratch.