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EdLab is a research, design, and development unit at Teachers College, Columbia University. EdLab envisions and pilots knowledge projects for a fundamentally different education sector that is attuned to the emerging post-industrial, information-based world. more >>
Projects
The PocketKnowledge Viewer project designed and developed an image viewer for the image collections of the Gottesman Libraries housed in PocketKnowledge. The Viewer lets you preview images as a list of thumbnails, as a text based list or as single images in both a "slideshow" and "non-slideshow" format. The Viewer maintains pocket categorization but lets you organize within a pocket by date, title and artist/photographer.
Math Maze is an adaptive math game for young children developed for the iPhone. Growing out of a review of existing mobile applications and the principles of successful mobile learning, Math Maze provides an engaging interactive math learning experience. The Math Maze prototype shows the basic operation of the game.
At the request of the Trustees of Teachers College the EdLab created a video chronicling major dimensions of the life of Arthur Levine. This video was featured at a tribute delivered to President Levine on the occasion of the completion of his term as president of Teachers College. This video is available online.
Submitted by Abdulrahman Sanda on Thu, 2016-04-14 23:46

Talent often goes undiscovered in impoverished and unrepresented communities. This is proving the case when it comes to gifted education. There is a large amount of African-American and Hispanic students in public schools, but few are considered gifted when compared to the White and Asian peers.