The Cabo Verde Tenth Island STEAM++ Occupy Mars Projects
President Obama Meets with African Leaders
Kids Talk Radio White House News
President Obama Meets with Leaders of Sierra Leone, Senegal, Malawi, and Cape Verde
Today President Obama welcomed President Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone, President Macky Sall of Senegal, President Joyce Banda of Malawi, and Prime Minister José Maria Pereira Neves of Cape Verde to the White House. The United States has strong partnerships with these countries based on shared democratic values and shared interests. Each of these leaders has undertaken significant efforts to strengthen democratic institutions, protect and expand human rights and civil liberties, and increase economic opportunities for their people.
President Obama and the visiting leaders discussed how the United States can expand our partnership to support their efforts to strengthen democratic institutions and promote economic opportunity, both in their countries and across sub-Saharan Africa. A particular focus of the conversation was on the importance of transparency and respect for human rights, and President Obama commended each leader for their work in these areas and their commitment to join the Open Government Partnership. President Obama also commended these leaders for their leadership on food security and engaged the leaders in a fruitful conversation about how the United States can help Africa harness the potential of its young people and empower the next generation of African leaders.
While in Washington, each leader is participating in numerous meetings and events to strengthen bilateral cooperation on a range of shared priorities. Joint events include a dinner hosted by the Corporate Council on Africa to discuss trade and investment opportunities with representatives from U.S. businesses; a public discussion on democratization in Africa at the United States Institute for Peace; an economic and development roundtable with U.S. government officials; and a meeting with Secretary of Defense Hagel to discuss cooperation on shared regional security and peacekeeping objectives in Africa.
The visit of these four leaders underscores the President’s commitment to substantive engagement and strengthened partnerships with African nations. A link to the President’s remarks following the meeting can be found here, and you can watch a video of the leaders below or on youtube.
Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project
XQ Super School Real World Math Simulations
The Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project Math Challenge
We are building our economics behind the uninhabited island of Santa Luzia, Cape Verde. Remember this is an academic simulation we are not taking over a real country or island. We are working with the real-world as we go on a quest to create the world most perfect island. It is important to understand the economics behind the country of Cape Verde. Listen to the video and then work with your mathematics team to gain a deeper understanding of what is being talk about in the video. We are looking for your creative solutions to the problems that are being present. Please send your questions to our team at Super School University and we will help you to continue the conversation.
Teachers and students at Super School University are working on STEAM ++ projects that are using the country of Cape Verde as a foundation for their research. Bob Barboza traveled to Cape Verde and fell in love with their uninhabited island of Santa Luzia. It viewed it as the perfect virtual laboratory for and international STEAM plus program. Students from around the world are now collaborating on building Martian habitas for the Occupuy Mars Learning Adventures.
Conducting experiments for the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project
Conducting Experiments for the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project
Soving Math Problems involving the Cabo Verde Tenth Island and Occupy Mars Learning Adventures for grades 9 through 12.
New tools bring new STEM ideas for the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project
STEM Conversations: Arid Zone Geomorphology
How do we grow better plants on the Cabo Verde Islands?
Geomonotony: how unvarying are the "flat" drylands of the world?
Tenth Island Project Crop Experiments
STEM Conversations: the nature and significance of desert soils
Weathering Systems and Plant Production
Conversations: groundwater controls and processes on Cape Verde
STEM: California Backpack Science Lab
Cabo Verde Project STEM LAB
Kids Talk Radio Backpack Science Team Projects: STEM Science Field Labs Cabo Verde Islands
Cabo Verde Tenth Island Science Projects
Arid Zone Geomorhology: Process,Form and Change in Drylands
Kids Talk Radio Backpack Scientists
Kids Talk Radio Backpack Science Reading Lists
We need student Interns.
We need to plan together.
We Need Student Interns and Teachers for our Tenth Island Enhanced STEM* Project.
We are planning a new project where teachers and students are going to work together from different schools from around the world. We call our project, "The Tenth Island Project." Our master plan involves our teams working with teachers and students on the Cabo Verde Islands. There are ten Cabo Verde Islands. One of them is called Santa Luzia. This island for the most part is uninhabited. This makes it perfect for our experiment. Our task is to build a virtual island. It takes a team to do this. You can find more information on our Kids Talk Radio Science Blog.
Our new intern program will make it possible for students and teachers to receive the training that they need to accomplish all of our programs goals and objectives. We need student to become interns in one or more of the following programs:
Kids Talk Radio
Super School Teen TV
Super School Press
Jr. Medical School
Jr. Law School
Jr. Business School
Jr. Engineering School
Jr. Music School
Youth World News
Jr. Communication and Journalism School
What is an "Enhanced STEM Program? The US Department of education wants American Schools to focus on and push science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Our team at Super School University wants to focus on the "Enhanced STEM Program." Our programs now include science, technology, engineering, mathematics, digital arts, visual and performing arts and foreign languages. We have new tools that have been developed for the iPhone and iPad. In addition, we have an international station called Kids Talk Radio World. This along with Journalist-in-Box hardware and software will make it possible for students to collaborate on an international level. We will create the worlds most perfect island on a virtual level. There are lots of creative opportunities for you to get your students involved. We invite you to reach out to us. Suprschool@aol.com
The Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project: Ehnahced STEM Programs
International Journalist-A- Box Kit One
Jr. Medical School Communication and Journalism Departments at Kids Talk Radio Science
Creating Buildings for the World Most Perfect Island
Creating Designs for the Worlds Most Perfect Island: The Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project
We are looking for students from around the world to help Super School University to create the homes and science buildings for the worlds most perfect island. We are using the uninhabited island of Santa Luzia, Cape Verde as our foundation. Our team of designers and digital artists are working on designing airports, harbors, homes, recreation centers and science labs. Our goals is to create a complete virtual that can be built from the ground up. We are consulting with students from 34 different countries. What can you do to help us? We welcome your e-mails.