Bitwise Thermodynamics is a graduate educational research project.
The main goal of this project is to build tools for distributed learning environments for STEM educators. The tools developed by this project can be used in the workplace for productivity, but they are primarily designed for STEM and STEAM education instruction support.
Instruction support includes STEM, STEAM, and accessibility, and computer-assisted language learning.
The theoretical frameworks used by this project include, but are not limited to:
Designing and deploying a unified suite of educational tools can be costly and difficult to support. However, focusing on simple, single-task tools for specific activities can provide long-term benefits at minimal costs. Bitwise Thermodynamics organizes single-task tools into modules.
Each module does one thing well. This simplifies activity planning and mind mapping.