C21U TechBurst Competition voting still open

My current research focus is on student-led video as a tool to aid in teaching and learning in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) classroom. I have completed several projects incorporating this idea into undergraduate courses at Tech, the last of which being in conjunction with Professor Greco’s Physics 2211 course (478 students).
The notion of learning via asynchronous video is also at the core of the C21U TechBurst competition (with $5000 in prize money at stake), and I have worked with them as well over the past few terms. Many of the video projects that now are “finalists” in the competition are either taken exactly from our work with Physics or from other video projects I’ve done across campus. Take a look and vote!


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