2017 Session: “Kids Making Sense”

Posted in: Kickoff Conference

Track: STEM Instruction 

Seen above: Airbeam sensor and a cell phone display of the Aircasting app (used in Kids Making Sense to collect air pollution data)

Kids Making Sense is a global environmental educational program that unites science, technology, engineering, and math education to empower youth to change the environment in their communities and to improve public health. Developed by Sonoma Technology, Inc., Kids Making Sense teaches youth how to measure particle pollution using portable air quality sensors and how to interpret the data they collect..











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