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SENSE IT - Student-Created Water Quality Sensors
Student Enabled Network of Sensors for the Environment using Innovative Technology (SENSE IT) integrates STEM skills into a robust interdisciplinary curricula and teacher professional development effort by teaching high school students to construct, deploy and interpret data from their own environmental sensors. The project fosters STEM career awareness among students, teachers, guidance counselors, administrators and parents. SENSE IT provides students with a real-world application and an opportunity to see their STEM skills used in a compelling and engaging project.

Presented by L.A. Hotaling, S. Lowes, R.A. Stolkin, P. Lin, J.S. Bonner, W. Kirkey, and T. Ojo at the 2012 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT

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