simSchool Modules Institutional Partners
115 institutions serving 11920 users in 146 countries
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simSchool's partner institutions and users include K12 school systems, teacher education programs, instructional designers, learning scientists, clinical professionals and others in a world-wide community spanning 143 countries (and counting).
For more information on simSchool, contact Stacy Kruse, email@example.com, and refer to our partnership and licensing information.
Level 1: These institutions will form teams of 4 to 5 people to examine the possibilities of simSchool's fit in their teacher education programs.
Level 2: These institutions will undertake the same activities as Level 1, plus 2 or more professors will use simSchool and share informal classroom and student-based research results during the 15-month grant period, and participate in data gathering connected with their pilot efforts.
Level 3: These institutions will undertake the same activities as Level 2, plus 2 professors will undertake both local and project-wide collaborative research (e.g. will utilize shared protocols, share findings, co-author reports with each other and other simSchool partners) and will contribute to a publication by AACE and SITE.
For more information on the 2011-2012 Next Generation Learning Challenges simSchool Modules Project, please download our informational packet.
Instructors may use simSchool perpetually at no cost and there is no general institutional fee. Costs are deferred to students (like adding a workbook to their book list). If your institution or network of institutions is interested in discussing broader use, please contact us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org