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CAPSULE: How to Use Engineering-Based Learning (EBL) in High School

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Jessica Chin

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Science Learning through Engineering Design (SLED)

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Brenda Capobianco

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Using Research Findings on Interest Generation to Help Us Provide Equal Access to Quality STEM Experiences

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Adam Maltese

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Successful STEM Education and Education for Life and Work: Some Critical Connections and Implications

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James Pellegrino

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Pathways to Calculus: A Research-Based Model for Transforming Precalculus-Level Mathematics Teaching and Learning

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Marilyn Carlson

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Next Generation Science Standards and Building Capacity for State Science Education

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Matt Krehbiel

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The National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education

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Eric Banilower

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Studio STEM: Engaging Middle School Students in Networked Science and Engineering Projects

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Michael Evans, Brett Jones and Carol Brandt

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Studio STEM is a three-year afterschool and summer program aimed at educational and workforce needs. The project uses a design-based science approach to scaffold youth to learn about energy conservation. An interdisciplinary curriculum is infused with digital tools and social media to enhance and extend the experience.

Separating Facts from Fads: How K–12 Educators’ Choices Impact Students’ College Performance and Persistence in STEM

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Phil Sadler

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The Impact of Different Early-College/Dual-Enrollment Programs on Minority Student Persistence in Science Disciplines

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David May

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