Building Blast: This program was built for Claudia Pietros' art classes at Vartan Gregorian Elementary School, in Providence. The subject is architecture, its concepts and history, and the multi-module program was designed for grades 2-5. You can download versions of the program for both the Macintosh and the PC from the project page.
Colonial Times: Built for Dianne Maranhas' 3rd grade "core knowledge" Social Studies class at the Vartan Gregorian Elementary School, in Providence, this program is designed to supplement classroom study of American Colonial History. The program includes an extensive Teacher's Guide, and a version for the Macintosh can be downloaded from the project page.
Exploring the Operating Room: Designed for use by elementary school children in the Hasbro Children's Hospital, in Providence, this program provides an engaging and calming introduction to the process of coming to Hasbro for a medical procedure. You can see screen shots from the program, and download a version for the PC, from the project page.
The Watershed Project: This program was built for John Hermance's Geological Sciences course (GE 158) at Brown University. The program is designed to teach fundamental concepts of hydrology and provide basic simulations related to the concept of watersheds. You can download versions of the program for both Macintosh and Windows, as well as a program manual.
Patient ++: Designed for use by Dr. Meredith Goodwin, in the Family Medicine clerkship at the Brown University School of Medicine, this Web-based interactive medical interviewing program includes both the user interface linked from the project page, as well as a teacher's interface that allows Dr. Goodwin to edit and expand the database of cases.
Note: The programs created in the Educational Software Seminar at Brown may be used without charge for any non-commercial educational purpose. If you find the CS092 materials and programs useful we hope you will let us know. Commercial redistribution of the programs is forbidden as is charging a fee for their use under any circumstances. Address all correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org.