Sample of Research, Editorials & Related Publications by Tumblehome, Inc.


Teaching Artificial Intelligence Through the Arts in Beijing
The Science Teacher – A Publication of the National Science Teaching Association – May/June 2022 (Volume 89, Issue 5)
By Barnas Monteith, Pendred Noyce, and Pei Zhang

AI is Taking Over Science Fairs
B. Monteith,, August 26, 2020

A Comparative Review of Multiple International Approaches to AI K-12 Education
B. Monteith, Association for the Advancement of AI, Fall 2019 Symposium, Washington, D.C.

AI & Climate Change: What You Need to Know!
B Monteith,, April 2, 2021

Hacking for Good & Bad – and How to Protect Yourself Against Hacks!
Monteith, Knowledge Quest, Childrens Book Council, Student Privacy in the Age of Big Data, 2016

Lessons from the Pandemic about Science Education
Zucker, Andrew; Noyce, Pendred
Phi Delta Kappan, v102 n2 p44-49 Oct 2020

Just Say No! Teaching Students to Resist Scientific Misinformation
Zucker, Andrew; Noyce, Pendred; McCullough, Andrew
Science Teacher, v87 n5 p24-29 Jan 2020

How to Make Science Class Relevant During the Pandemic
By Andrew A. Zucker & Pendred Noyce
Education Week, September 29, 2020

After the Inauguration: Skills for the future to create more consensus and unity
Posted January 22, 2021
Psychology Today, By Dr. Gil Noam and Dr. Pendred Noyce

A Response to the National Academies’ 2021 Call to Action.
Source: Science Educator, Winter 2021 / Spring 2022, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p55-62. 8p.
Author(s): Zucker, Andrew A.; Noyce, Pendred

Data Science for Youth In the Time of Covid
Jan Mokros, Jacob Sagrans, Pendred Noyce
IASE 2021 Satellite Paper (DOI: 10.52041/iase.hmtse)