- November 2018
This newsletter shares a new brief, Creating Inclusive PreK-12 STEM Learning Environments, and related video.
- October 2018
This newsletter features a new brief, Considerations for STEM Education from PreK through Grade 3, and related video and resources.
- September 2018
This newsletter gives examples of research-based tools and resources for visualizing representations in mathematics.
- May 2018
This newsletter features the 2018 STEM for All Video Showcase event, an opportunity to learn about federally funded STEM education research and development.
- March 2018
This newsletter shares two upcoming opportunities: a March 8th #NSTAchat on Twitter and two sessions at the 2018 NSTA National Conference, all on the topic of scientific modeling. It also re-highlighted NSF-funded resources to support scientific modeling.
- February 2018
This newsletter features a Spotlight on Teacher Preparation Models and Programs, as well as information on the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).
- December 2017
This newsletter features a new report, Emerging Design Principles for Online and Blended Teacher Professional Development in K-12 STEM Education.
- November 2017
This newsletter highlights NSF-funded tools developed to support the knowledge, skills, and ways of thinking that students will need as data literate citizens and/or data-enabled professionals.
- August 2017
This newsletter highlights NSF-funded resources developed to support argumentation, critique, and discourse.
- June 2017
This newsletter highlights NSF-funded resources developed to support scientific modeling.
- May 2017
This newsletter features the 2017 STEM for All Video Showcase, early childhood resources, and a video of a White House talk given by STEM Smart presenter Doug Clements.
- April 2017
This newsletter features a Spotlight on Engineering Education, videos from the 2016 STEM for All Video Showcase, and information about the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).