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The Development of Model-Based Reasoning

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The Building Blocks and TRIAD Early Mathematics Projects

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Technology and the Future of Preschool: Developmentally Appropriate and Evidence-Based Approaches to Integrating Technology in the Classroom

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Supports for Preschool STEM Learners and the Teachers Who Teach Them

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School-readiness gaps exist in language, literacy, mathematics, and science between at-risk and more-advantaged learners. Risk factors for lack of school readiness include being a non-Asian child of color, coming from a family of low socio-economic status, and speaking a home language other than English. Because the children who arrive in our preschools and elementary schools increasingly fit into one or more of these categories, innovative solutions to enhancing school readiness are critical.

Scaffolding Young Math Learners to Be Effective Spatial Problem Solvers

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Ramps and Pathways: Integrating Physical Science and Engineering in Early Childhood

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Playscapes: Designed Nature Environments to Promote Informal Science Learning

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Anywhere STEM Exploration: Supporting STEM Learning in Formal and Informal Settings with PEEP and the Big Wide World

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Project MINDSET: An Engineering Modeling Approach to Teaching High School Mathematics

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Robert Young

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Mathematics INstruction using Decision Science and Engineering Tools (MINDSET), a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project (DRL-0733137), is a collaboration between educators, engineers and mathematicians at three universities to achieve the following goals:

Society’s Grand Challenges for Engineering as a Context for Middle School STEM Instruction

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Amy Wendt

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