a national resource for computational science education


About Noyce

Shodor, in partnership with the National Computational Science Institute (NCSI), coupled with funding from the National Science Foundation, is offering an international training opportunity to Noyce Fellows and Noyce Scholars. Through this opportunity, participants in the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship or Fellowship Programs are able to take part in professional development workshops focusing on inquiry-based science education.

To view upcoming workshops or to apply, visit the workshop listing at the National Computational Science Institute.

About Shodor

Since its inception in 1994, Shodor has been a leader in computational science education. For years, Shodor has hosted workshops across the U.S. as well as internationally to train K-12 and college faculty to incorporate computational tools in their own practices. With more than 4 million pageviews monthly, Shodor also offers online resources through its Computational Science Education Reference Desk, including Shodor's award-winning free online curriculum Interactivate. Shodor also now offers mobile resources, highlighted by Shodor's Math Flyer, an interactive graphing app designed for the iPad/iPhone platform.