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Lenses on Learning: Research-Based Mathematics Professional Development for Instructional Leaders

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Kristen Reed

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Culturally Relevant Ecology, Learning Progressions, and Environmental Literacy

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John Moore

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Our Mathematics and Science Partnership focuses on enhancing environmental literacy in K–12 schools and beyond through research on student and teacher learning, professional development informed by the research, and institutional reform. We work at the critical education juncture of middle school through high school (grades 6–12).

Designing Learning Organizations for Instructional Improvement in Mathematics

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Kara Jackson

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The overall goal of this research project is to understand what it takes to support mathematics teachers in improving the quality of their mathematics instruction at the scale of large, urban US districts. The project has two major phases.

Professional Learning Communities for STEM Teachers

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Edward (Ted) Britton

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Technology Enhanced Science Instruction via the WISE Learning Environment

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Keisha Varma

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Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA)

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Oscar Porter

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One of the country’s most successful programs of its kind, Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) provides academic support for thousands of educationally disadvantaged students so they can excel in math and science and graduate with baccalaureate degrees in science, engineering, computer science, and other math-based fields.

Professional Development to Provide Access to Standards-Based STEM Education for All Learners

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Babette Moeller

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Engineering and Technology in Tomorrow’s Science Classroom

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Cary Sneider

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Student Voice & STEM Learning

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Andrew Shouse

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In the context of a federally funded research and development project, the UW Institute for Science and Math Education is collaborating with Sammamish High School, a comprehensive high school serving a socially and economically diverse community in suburban Seattle, to transform that school’s curriculum into a problem-based, STEM-rich experience for all students. STEM opens up opportunities to explore the relevance of subject matter to students, contemporary disciplines, and the workplace.

The Scaling Up SimCalc Project

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Nicole Schechtman

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This project investigated the scale-up of an innovative integration of technology, curriculum, and teacher professional development aimed at improving mathematics instruction in grades 7 and 8. The SimCalc approach integrates teacher professional development, curriculum and software called SimCalc MathWorlds.