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Effective Instruction

Urban Advantage: Formal-Informal Collaborations to Improve Science Learning and Teaching

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Jim Short

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Loudoun County Public Schools Academy of Science

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George Wolfe

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In 2002, Loudoun County identified a need to provide a program for county residents that would specialize in science and math. In January 2005, upon hiring a director, the planning for the Academy of Science (AOS) began. In delineating a mission statement, the core of planning revolved around creating an environment where students would be challenged to leave high school with the skills needed in an increasingly “global” society where STEM skills will be important, regardless of career choices.

Improving STEM Education Through the Redesign of the Advanced Placement Science Courses

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Serena Magrogan

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The GLOBE California Academy Program: Strengthening College and Career Readiness in STEM by Leveraging School Structure and Student Aspirations

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Svetlana Darche

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The FabLab Classroom: Learning Middle School Science Through Engineering Design and Manufacturing

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Glen Bull, Eric Bredder, Peter Malcolm, and Nigel Standish

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The undergraduate engineering curriculum is being transformed by advanced manufacturing technologies. Within the past year, desktop manufacturing systems have become affordable at the K-12 level. The Commonwealth Engineering Design (CED) Academies are being established with two goals:

Biology Levers Out of Mathematics (BLOOM)

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Christian Schunn

 

Illustrative Mathematics

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Kristin Umland

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SimScientists: Effective Instruction and Assessment

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Edys Quellmalz

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Framework Vision for Science Education and Implications for Next Generation Science Standards

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Brett Moulding

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Using Learning Trajectories to Unpack and Interpret the Common Core Math Standards

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Alan Maloney

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