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A Virtual Tour of the Algiers STEM Center – The UDL Lens

This resource summarizes the use of virtual reality technology to explore a sample spectrum of STEM workshops and teacher training activities. Activities are all rooted in the application of UDL principles to provide accessible learning experiences forSTEM educators in Algeria’s unique context.

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This resource highlights the production of a 360 view of the Algiers STEM Center activities, with intensive insights into the UDL in STEM teacher training modules. The Algiers STEM Center, located in Algiers, Algeria, has become a magnet for inquiring youth, with over 2,000 participants benefiting from interactive makers’ inspired activities such as coding, robotics, engineering, chemistry and artificial intelligence. The Center has graduated 82 teacher candidates from the UDL in STEM Teacher training program. Graduates continue to work directly with youth both in the STEM Center and in public and private schools across Algeria. This resource summarizes the use of virtual reality technology to explore a sample spectrum of STEM workshops and teacher training activities. Activities are all rooted in the application of UDL principles to provide accessible learning experiences for STEM educators in Algeria’s unique context.

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Authors/Creators: 
Leah Bitat, Mohamed Abdelaziz

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UDL-IRN

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March 27, 2019
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A Virtual Tour of the Algiers STEM Center – The UDL Lens
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