The National Science Center Brings Rainforests to Classrooms
The National Science Center selects the award-winning RCampus platform for their unique educational effort to bring the science of rainforests to 6th – 8th grade teachers.
Irvine, CA: Reazon Systems, Inc., a leading provider of web-based educational technologies, has been selected by the National Science Center (NSC) to make the Discovery Academy Rainforest Project available to teachers and students across the nation.
Through this effort, the Discovery Academy Rainforest Project will be housed at a specially enhanced RCampus environment, allowing NSC to facilitate the management and promotion of its course modules more effectively. Teachers who participate in this project will gain access to standards-based course materials designed by NSC at http://NSC.RCampus.com. RCampus will also facilitate the unique assessment needs of NSC for evaluating the effectiveness of its modules as well as tracking students’ performance.
“It has been a privilege to be selected by the National Science Center for advancing its Rainforest Project to a number of classrooms around the U.S.,” said Ramesh Sabetiashraf, the creator of RCampus. “NSC recognized the extent of RCampus capabilities and identified it as the best vehicle for achieving its mission to bring STEM education to classrooms. We look forward to a continuing alliance and growing relationship with NSC as it extends its digital campus through RCampus.”
“Our efforts to bring our course materials to a broad national audience with various demographics has been a substantial undertaking,” said Cheryl Wynn, Program Manager of the Discovery Academy Rainforest Project at The National Science Center. “It has also come with its unique technology needs and challenges. After testing RCampus for a few months, we found it to be the ideal environment with the necessary tools to meet our needs. The RCampus team has been very responsive in helping us create an online presence for our Rainforest Project and making our program easily accessible to our participants. Our goal is to be the leading K-12 courseware provider in various science, technology, engineering and math subjects as we utilize more features of the RCampus environment. Discovery Academy: R.A.I.N. targets 6 – 8th grade middle schoolers, in particular.”
About Reazon Systems, Inc.
Reazon Systems, Inc., the maker of RCampus, is a software technology company specializing in the transformation of complex and time-consuming instructional, assessment and content management processes into robust and user-friendly experiences. Its flagship product is RCampus Education Management System which includes Learning and ePortfolio Management System, Website-builder and Portals System and the iRubric Assessment and Standards System. RCampus is a recipient of the 2009 TechAmerica High-Tech Innovation Awards for its innovation in software technologies. To learn more about Reazon and the RCampus product-line, visit www.reazon.com and www.RCampus.com.
About the National Science Center
The National Science Center (NSC) is a unique partnership between National Science Center, Inc., a non-profit organization, and the United States Army. Its mission is to be a catalyst that excites America’s youth about math, science, engineering and technology. The NSC’s headquarters, Fort Discovery, is located on the scenic Riverwalk in downtown Augusta, GA. The 128,000 square-foot family-oriented math and science center fires the imaginations of children and adults with 250 hands-on exhibits, custom digital theater programs, portable planetarium, educational workshops and demonstrations as well as being the home-base for an array of national educational outreach programs. To learn more about NSC, visit www.NationalScienceCenter.org.
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