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Implementing STEM Programs that Capture and Nurture

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Carole Greenes

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Video-rich, Web-based Professional Development to Improve

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Sue Doubler

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Perhaps the greatest challenge required by The Next Generation Science Standards is the creation of coherence—coherence in order to develop deeper learning from grade to grade, and coherence in the support systems of curriculum, assessment, and professional development.

Deeply Digital Student Engagement and STEM Learning

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Chad Dorsey

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NCTAF Learning Studios

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Thomas Carroll

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The world economy is rapidly outpacing America’s development of STEM talent. Our students must learn more, do more, and create more. To meet this challenge, thousands of STEM professionals are ready to join forces with new and accomplished teachers to develop the next generation of innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders we need to thrive in a global economy.

Living in Relations

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Megan Bang

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Math, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Program

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Chandra Austin

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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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