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While the three findings highlighted above might seem to support a software patent abolitionist position, it is significant that one-third of the software entrepreneur respondents reported having or seeking patents, and that they perceive patents to be important to persons or firms from whom they hope to obtain financing. Some Background on the Survey More than 1,300 high-technology entrepreneurs in the software, biotechnology, medical devices, and computer hardware fields completed the Berkeley Patent Survey.

Though this may be useful in some contexts, it is unlikely such a simple approach will have significant impact on student learning—of computer science or other disciplines—in the K–12 setting. The proposed model of computational learning combines theories of learning with the computer’s superiority in dealing with complexity and variability and its ability to present results using modalities that appeal to the learner in order to enhance student learning and understanding. 8 Our hope is that by considering our model of computational learning, we can better educate and prepare teachers to benefit from computing in and outside the classroom, and that approaches and computing tools can be identified and built to improve K–12 student STEM learning.

In Proceedings of IPSN 2007 (Cambridge, MA, Apr. 2007). 2. Liu, T. et al. Implementing software on resourceconstrained mobile sensors: Experiences with Impala and ZebraNet. In Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services (MobiSYS’04), June 2004. , and Akyildiz, I. ESRT: Event-to-sink reliable transport in wireless sensor networks. In Proceedings of MobiHoc’03, 2003. Tolle, G. et al. A macroscope in the redwoods. In Proceedings of the Third ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys 2005).

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