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National Computational Science Leadership Program Summary


The National Computational Science Leadership program is open to all secondary level Mathematics and Science teachers, regardless of teachers' previous knowledge of and background in computational science. Participating teachers are not required to have an in-depth knowledge of computer science, as these skills will be taught as a part of this leadership program. The goal of this program is to provide participating teachers with the confidence, professional development, and skills required to integrate high performance computing technology into the educational curriculum
- National Computational Science Leadership Program

- What is Computational Science?

- Team Member Benefits

- Teacher Selection Criteria

- Teacher Team Requirements

- School District Requirements

- Online Teacher Team-Application Form

- Important Dates

- SC Conference - Example Topics and Lab Focus

- Summer Institute - Example Topics and Lab Focus

- Complete SC2001 Education Program Summary (PDF format)


National
Computational
Science
Education
Consortium
Association for Computing Machinery and IEEE Computer Society
East Carolina University
Krell Institute
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
NPACI/San Diego Supercomputer Center
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ohio Supercomputer Center
Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
University of Alabama-Huntsville


Questions? Send e-mail to verasteguirj@ornl.gov

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LAST UPDATED: 02/04/2001