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The purpose of our project is to help students with hearing-impairments and their teachers learn more about an exciting new way of doing science! This new way is called computational science. Computational science uses computers and mathematics to solve challenging problems in science. For example, we can use computational science to predict what the weather will be in two or three days. We also can use computational science to explore how stars are formed, or how rain water removes soil from a farmer's field.


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Use the links to the left to explore the resources and lessons available in SUCCEED-HI.

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The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.

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This project is supported, in part, by the National Science Foundation

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