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Posted: Thursday, June 14
Announcement | May 2018 NSF Proposal & Award Policy Newsletter
What’s Inside? Draft PAPPG Published in the Federal Register Proposal Submission in Research.gov is Here  New Account Management System  Revision of NSF Award Terms and Conditions Public Access Expansion Repository Faculty Compensation – A Reminder Read the newsletter
Posted: Tuesday, May 29
Event | Science Events Summit
To be held in St. Petersburg, FL. Learn more and register: http://informalscience.org/news-views/register-first-science-events-summ...
Posted: Wednesday, May 23
Event | STELAR Webinar: Writing Successful NSF ITEST Annual Reports
Learn more and register at http://stelar.edc.org/events/stelar-webinar-writing-successful-nsf-itest...
Posted: Wednesday, May 23
Event | STELAR Webinar: 2018 NSF ITEST Solicitation
Learn more at http://stelar.edc.org/events/stelar-webinar-2018-nsf-itest-solicitation 
Posted: Wednesday, May 23
Newsletter | May 2018 Newsletter
Dear Colleagues, The CADRE Team has been busy preparing for the June 6-8 2018 DRK-12 PI Meeting. For those who aren't able to attend, we invite you to view the agenda and stay tuned for meeting resources, which we will share via the CADRE newsletter, social media (#DRK12Meeting), and our website.      CADRE would like to re-purpose 65 free 36x48 cardboard display boards at the end of the PI...
Posted: Wednesday, May 23
Event | NSF Opportunities: Broadening Participation in STEM
Learn more and register: http://stelar.edc.org/events/nsf-opportunities-broadening-participation-...
Posted: Wednesday, May 23
Event | STELAR Webinar: National Science Foundation Funding for Maker Education Projects
STELAR is hosting NSF Program Officers for a webinar to share information about Maker initiatives and NSF funded work in the Maker field. NSF’s strategic fundamental research investments enabled many of the innovations underlying 3-D printing, computer-aided design, geometric modeling and computer-integrated systems. NSF has made a series of investments in the systematic discovery of new...
Posted: Friday, May 18
Announcement | Forty-one DRK-12 Projects Presenting in STEM for All Video Showcase!
Learn more about our porfolio of work and join in discussion with colleagues and practitioners in this year's Video Showcase. View DRK-12 Participants
Posted: Tuesday, May 15
Announcement | DRK-12 Impact Video in Video Showcase
Join us in a discussion about the impacts of education research at the 2018 STEM for All Video Showcase! May 14-21, watch our video, join the conversation, and add your comments. The Impact of Education Research How do you think about the impacts of education research? In terms of potential societal benefits? Benefits in individuals' lives? Particular types of outcomes, e.g., student engagement...
Posted: Tuesday, May 15
Announcement | Webinar Recording & Slides on Conducting Legislative Visits
On May 2, CADRE hosted a webinar on conducting legislative visits. The purpose of this webinar was to help NSF awardees prepare for effective informational meetings with congressional staff and craft appropriate messages for conversations with them about preK-12 STEM education. Panelists included Neil Canfield, Legislative Affairs Specialist, Office of Legislative & Public Affairs, NSF; ...
Posted: Friday, May 11
Webform | RSVP
Do you plan to attend the STEM+C gathering at the DRK-12 PI Meeting on Wednesday, June 6, from 2:45-3:45pm?
Posted: Thursday, May 10
Resource | 2018 Legislative Visits Webinar Resources
In this May 2nd webinar, panelists from the National Science Foundation, WestEd, and the American Association of Physics Teachers discussed how to prepare for effective informational meetings with congressional staff and craft appropriate messages about preK-12 STEM education research for conversations with local, state, and national policymakers. The webinar focused on NSF priorities and current...
Posted: Tuesday, May 08
Resource | Science in the LearningGardens: A study of motivation, achievement, and science identity in low-income middle schools
Science in the Learning Gardens (henceforth, SciLG) program was designed to address two well-documented, inter-related educational problems: under-representation in science of students from racial and ethnic minority groups and inadequacies of curriculum and pedagogy to address their cultural and motivational needs. Funded by the National Science Foundation, SciLG is a partnership between...
Posted: Tuesday, May 08