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Thirteen/WNET
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http://pbskidsgo.org/cyberchase
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CYBERCHASE is the Emmy award-winning math mystery cartoon on PBS KIDS GO! that features a team of curious kids—Jackie, Matt, and Inez—who use math and problem solving to outwit and outsmart the dastardly villain Hacker in their adventurous quest to save Cyberspace. Each episode ends with a live-action For Real segment, hosted by young, comedic actors who explore the show’s math topic in the real world.

CYBERCHASE outreach programs engage hundreds of thousands of children nationwide in fun, hands-on mathematics and problem solving activities. A special effort is made to reach girls and minority students, and outreach partners include: children’s and science museums, Girls Inc., National Engineers Week Foundation, Sally Ride Science, public television stations, formal & informal educators and youth organizations.

Cyberchase Outreach's Blog

CYBERCHASE Math & Sport Trailer on YouTube!

Posted on March 20, 2008 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

Get in the game and see the lastest CYBERCHASE "Movie-Style Trailer" on YouTube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0ct8XrPD0c



CYBERCHASE Math & Sports:



The CyberSquad is getting in the game – the stakes? – Cyberspace! In these brand new cyberadventures, Jackie, Matt, Inez, and Digit face an Olympic challenge, an ancient pyramid, a dance contest, and a game of ‘slugball.’ The squad finds… Continue

Cyberchase at EWEEK's 2008 Global Marathon

Posted on March 20, 2008 at 12:15pm 0 Comments

National Engineers Week Foundation

2008 Global Marathon

For, By and About Women in Engineering

March 26-27th



“Engineering – CYBERCHASE style!”

March 26, 2008

3:30-4:00pm



Join CYBERCHASE "For Real" star, Bianca DeGroat, and Northrup Grumman Engineer, Veronica Nelson, in an informative call-in session, where participants may talk to these talented young women about their careers, interest in engineering and how they achieved their… Continue

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