Projects

Agavi

Agavi is an adaptive learning platform designed for smartphones that enables teachers to build innovative new experiences for their students.  Teachers will be able to create non-linear activities, track where their students are and how they’re progressing, and interface with the real world via location and sensors to allow for novel activities.

Status:  Field Testing Beginning Soon

Lev Horodyskyj

Lev Horodyskyj

Co-Lead

Bianca Ilca

Bianca Ilca

Co-Lead

Alexandru Gazdac

Alexandru Gazdac

Business Development

Wayne Parkhurst

Wayne Parkhurst

Programming Lead

Fiorella Ojeda

Fiorella Ojeda

React Programming

Iulia Costin

Iulia Costin

React Programming

Jonathan Oribello

Jonathan Oribello

React Programming, Data Analytics

Shahkar Hassan

Shahkar Hassan

Drupal Programming, Data Analytics

Greenworks

Greenworks

Greenworks is a Global North-South partnership program that teaches students valuable science, leadership, and communication skills via role-playing games and community projects. In this six-week program, students learn about various environmental issues and hone their communication and negotiation skills in a global diplomacy game.  To complete their experience, students propose and implement a local environmental project.

 Status:  Developing Global Classroom Platform

Lev Horodyskyj

Lev Horodyskyj

Co-Lead (Science)

Tara Lennon

Tara Lennon

Co-Lead (Policy)

Daniel Orta

Daniel Orta

Decision Theater Development

David Orta

David Orta

Decision Theater Programming

Lily Ishak

Lily Ishak

In-Country Facilitator

Indonesia (North Maluku)

Halikuddin Umasangaji

Halikuddin Umasangaji

In-Country Facilitator

Indonesia (North Maluku)

Roberto Greco

Roberto Greco

In-Country Facilitator

Brazil (São Paulo)

Ihor Bubniak

Ihor Bubniak

In-Country Facilitator

Ukraine (Lviv)

Public Works

A small observatory building, with a dome housing a telescope, overlooking the Caribbean city of Charlotte Amalie and the deep blue Caribbean Sea

Science Voices is developing innovative new public education events that blend together science, culture, and active learning.  We are currently working with the Ak-Chin Indian Community Library (Arizona, USA), the Etelman Observatory (Virgin Islands, USA), and the Virgin Islands Children’s Museum (Virgin Islands, USA).  Our primary projects for 2022 are focused on science tourism.

Status:  Astrotourism Concepts in Development

Nikita Beck

Nikita Beck

Astrotourism Projects

Etelman Observatory (USVI)

Global.Science Podcast

Image of stylized flask with green haze and lines tracing out a brain, topped with a dot that is broadcasting blue waves left and right.  Lev and Fabia are in black-and-white sketch, blurred in the background.  Global.Science is written beneath on lines that replicate school paper

What is science education like around the world?  Well, we’ll have to talk to science educators from all over the world to find out.  In this half-hour podcast series, we chat with scientists, students, teachers, and informal educators to learn about the wild diversity of forms that science education can take and the remarkably diverse pathways science education careers have traveled.  In the first season, we talk with scientists teaching and working in a variety of US college settings, museums, extreme environments, tropical islands, and remote villages.

 Status:  Season 1 Running May 5 – August 11

Lev Horodyskyj

Lev Horodyskyj

Co-Host

Fabia Battistuzzi

Fabia Battistuzzi

Co-Host

Annual Reports

Partners:

Blue Marble Space Institute of Science

Our work focuses on the following UN Sustainable Development Goals:

UN Sustainable Development Goals
GlobalGiving Top-Ranked Organization 2022