Join us for a virtual tour of the CADRE website where DR K-12 community members will learn how to maximize their project's presence on the website and take full advantage of the site's features and resources. Presenters will also spend time discussing the more advanced functionality on the site. Participants will be able to ask questions regarding any of the material presented or general questions about the role of CADRE and the website.
Join us on October 25th at 2pm ET for a webinar led by NSF Program Director Rob Ochsendorf on the ins and outs of project management, sharing information on evaluation and reporting, advisory boards, Institutional Review Boards (IRB), NSF Highlights, and more. Attendees will be able to ask questions.
On November 9th, 2015 Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) and SRI International, with the support of the National Science Foundation (NSF), hosted a one-day Forum on “Next Generation STEM Learning for All” in Washington D.C. The Forum was the kick-off event for the White House Next Generation STEM High School Summit that occurred the next day on November 10th, organized by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
On September 19, the NSF hosted a one-day event that served as a launch pad for the NSF-supported report by the National Research Council's (NRC) Board on Science Education and Board on Testing and Assessment: Highly Successful Schools or Programs for K-12 STEM Education. The report presents findings from a May workshop where a committee of experts identified a range of goals for highly successful K-12 STEM education, explored criteria for identifying success relative to those goals, and classified strategies and practices used by K-12 schools and districts to achieve success in ST
This meeting highlighted issues in the NRC report, Successful K-12 STEM Education, with a special focus on partnerships to promote K-12 STEM learning and teaching. It included breakout sessions on projects, resources, and initiatives that align with the report’s evidence base on effective instruction, access to high quality STEM for all students, and building supportive infrastructure.