The 2015 Teaching & Learning Video Showcase features 112 short videos on STEM education research & development. Forty-one of these 3-minute videos showcase the work of NSF's Discovery Research K-12 (DR K-12) program. The interactive portion of the showcase was held May 11-15th, 2015. However, you can still view the videos and read the discussions that took place.
Congratulations to the following DR K-12 videos that were recognized:
- Facilitators’ choice: Math Snacks, Next Generation Preschool Math, Promoting Quality Talk in High School STEM Classes, PhET Interactive Simulations: An Overview, and Engineering is Elementary.
- Public choice: Promoting Quality Talk in High School STEM Classes, PhET Interactive Simulations: An Overview, Engineering is Elementary, and Exploring the Infinite Possibilities of Dynamic Geometry.
- Presenters’ choice: PhET Interactive Simulations: An Overview, The Power of Implicit Game-based Learning, Expressive Digital Tools for Elementary Math Education, and Supporting Teacher Learning about Argumentation.
See videos from the 2016 NSF STEM For All Video Showcase as well.