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Announcement | Research.gov now accepts RAPID, EAGER and RAISE proposals
Effective November 23, 2020, NSF has enabled three new proposal types (RAPID, EAGER and RAISE) in the Research.gov Proposal Submission System and in the recently launched Research.gov demo site.  Learn more
Posted: Tuesday, November 24
Blog | Interdisciplinary Challenges in Making Statistical Model-Based Inferences
If any year has highlighted the need for a data literate society, and the long road we before us to get there, it’s been 2020. A global pandemic with a new virus required scientists around the world to make predictions and decisions based on a diverse set of quickly evolving and competing data models. The uncertainty in the models was publicly visible because of the widespread policy...
Posted: Wednesday, November 18
Event | 2021 NCME Annual Meeting; Baltimore, MD - HYBRID
Learn more: http://www.ncme.org/meetings/annualmeeting2021
Posted: Thursday, November 12
Event | 2021 Innovations Conference
Learn more: https://www.league.org/inn2021
Posted: Thursday, November 12
Event | AI & Future of Learning Report
Join the CIRCLS team along with Marcelo Worsley (Northwestern University), Sidney D'Mello (University of Colorado Boulder), James Lester (North Carolina State University), and Janice Gobert (Apprendis) to learn about the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and student learning. They will discuss insights and recommendations from a recent two-day panel that involved 22 world-class experts. The...
Posted: Thursday, November 12
Newsletter | November 2020 Newsletter
Dear Colleagues, The new CADRE Fellows are getting to know each other this week at the virtual program orientation. Selecting a cohort of 2020-21 Fellows from among a very competitive applicant pool isn’t easy. Working with the selection committee reviews, we attempt to compose a cohort that represents diversity across several dimensions (e.g., institution, research foci), and each of the early...
Posted: Wednesday, November 11
Event | Embedding Sustainable Equity-Centered Practices for Broadening Participation in ST
The NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub is looking forward to facilitating a conversation with Dr. Heather Metcalf, Dr. Ayesha Boyce and Dr. Tiffany Smith on December 3 at 3 pm ET.  We will be exploring ways to sustain our work on broadening participation in STEM by embedding equity-centered practices in what we do.  Please RSVP now to join the conversation and bring your questions and experiences to...
Posted: Wednesday, November 11
Event | NSF INCLUDES Alliance Solicitation Q&A with NSF session 5
Learn more: https://www.includesnetwork.org/events/event-description?CalendarEventKe...
Posted: Tuesday, November 10
Event | NSF INCLUDES Alliance Solicitation Q&A with NSF session 4
Learn more: https://www.includesnetwork.org/events/event-description?CalendarEventKe...
Posted: Tuesday, November 10
Event | Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 2021 Annual AMTE Conference; Orlando, FL - VIRTUAL
To learn more, visit https://amte.net/conferences/conf2021.
Posted: Monday, November 09
Event | AISL Virtual Office Hours: Last Chance for Questions!
Register Here Solicitation: https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=504793&ods_ke...
Posted: Wednesday, November 04
Event | AISL Virtual Office Hours: Budget Preparation
Register Here Solicitation: https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=504793&ods_ke...
Posted: Wednesday, November 04
Event | AISL Virtual Office Hours: Research Coordination Networks
Register Here Solicitation: https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=504793&ods_ke...
Posted: Wednesday, November 04
Event | AISL Virtual Office Hours: New to Proposal Preparation Office Hours
Register Here Solicitation: https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=504793&ods_ke...
Posted: Wednesday, November 04
Event | AISL Virtual Office Hours: External Feedback & Advisory Boards
Register Here Solicitation: https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=504793&ods_ke...  
Posted: Wednesday, November 04
Posted: Wednesday, November 04
Announcement | Announcing the 2020-21 CADRE Fellows!
Please join us in welcoming the 2020-21 CADRE Fellows: Amanda Armstrong, New Mexico State University Coskun Erden, Iowa State University Lindsey Hildebrand, Boston College Brittany Hinyard, Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College Megan Humburg, Indiana University Stacy Jones, University of Texas at Austin Rachel Juergensen, University of Missouri-Columbia Amanda Lannan,...
Posted: Tuesday, October 27
Blog | What Is The Most Important Thing To Teach Toddlers About Mathematics and How Can This Best Be Achieved?
Parents, teachers, or others interested in early childhood mathematics education often ask: “On what should initial instruction focus?” My answer is verbal subitizing: recognizing small numbers (1 to 3 or 4 items) and labeling them with an appropriate number word. It often takes 2-year-olds many months to label collections of “one” and ‘two” accurately and reliably. Imagine my joy when my wife...
Posted: Monday, October 26
Announcement | NSF Electronic Research Administration (ERA) Forum Webinar
NSF is hosting an Electronic Research Administration (ERA) Forum Webinar on November 5, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 PM Eastern Time. To participate in this forum, please Register Now. The topics for this Forum webinar will tentatively cover the Migrating Proposal Preparation from FastLane to Research.gov including a timeline of capabilities, New Research.gov Proposal Preparation Demonstration Site,...
Posted: Wednesday, October 21
Early Career News | Direct Numeracy Activities and Early Math Skills: Math Language as a Mediator
Yemimah King (2019-20 CADRE Fellow) and David Purpura (CAREER Awardee) published this Early Childhood Research Quarterly article.
Posted: Wednesday, October 21
Early Career News | Using Climate Models to Learn About Global Climate Change
Devarati Bhattacharya (2020 CADRE Postdoc), Kimberly Carroll Steward, Mark Chandler, and Cory Forbes published this article in The Science Teacher.
Posted: Wednesday, October 21
Early Career News | Teacher Noticing and Reasoning about Student Thinking in Classrooms as a Result of Participating in a Combined Professional Development Intervention
Gloriana Gonzalez (CAREER Awardee) and Gabriela E. Vargas (2017-18 CADRE Fellow) published this article in Mathematics Teacher Education and Development.
Posted: Wednesday, October 21
Early Career News | Construct-Specific and Timing-Specific Aspects of the Home Environment for Children’s School Readiness
Yemimah King (2019-20 CADRE Fellow), Robert Duncan, German Posada, and David Purpura (CAREER Awardee) published this article in Frontiers in Psychology.
Posted: Wednesday, October 21
Early Career News | Impact of an Online Course of Teaching Emergent Bilinguals Mathematics on Teacher Perspectives
Ji Yeong I (CAREER Awardee) published this Mathematics Teacher Education and Development article with co-authors Christa Jackson and Ricardo Martinez.
Posted: Tuesday, October 20
Early Career News | Effect of Implementing Subgoals in Code.org's Intro to Programming Unit in Computer Science Principles
Lauren E. Margulieux (CAREER Awardee), Briana B. Morrison, Baker Franke, and Harivololona Ramilison published this ACM Transactions on Computing Education article.
Posted: Tuesday, October 20
Resource | Exploring Differences in Practicing Teachers’ Knowledge Use in a Dynamic and Static Proportional Task
Teachers’ knowledge of proportional reasoning is important, particularly in the middle grades in the USA. This exploratory study investigated 32 teachers’ use of knowledge resources in two mathematically similar tasks (one a paper and pencil task, the other a dynamic task) around proportional reasoning. The two tasks invoked different knowledge resources by the same teachers. Results suggest...
Posted: Tuesday, October 20
Resource | Encouraging Collaboration and Building Community in Online Asynchronous Professional Development: Designing for Social Capital
This research investigates a design and development approach to improving science teachers’ access to effective professional development (PD) in a fully online, asynchronous environment. Working with a small number of teachers, this study explores how a design combining social capital mechanisms with essential teacher learning and PD characteristics supported teachers’ abilities to participate in...
Posted: Tuesday, October 20
Resource | Engineering Mindsets and Learning Outcomes in Elementary School
BackgroundStudents may exhibit growth mindsets, where intelligence is seen as malleable and failures prompt more effort and new approaches, or fixed mindsets, where intelligence is seen as immutable and failures indicate lack of intelligence. One's mindset in general may be different from that for a particular domain such as engineering. Having a growth mindset predicts more positive learning...
Posted: Tuesday, October 20
Resource | Design Considerations in Multisite Randomized Trials Probing Moderated Treatment Effects Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics
Past research has demonstrated that treatment effects frequently vary across sites (e.g., schools) and that such variation can be explained by site-level or individual-level variables (e.g., school size or gender). The purpose of this study is to develop a statistical framework and tools for the effective and efficient design of multisite randomized trials (MRTs) probing moderated treatment...
Posted: Tuesday, October 20
Resource | Teacher Noticing and Reasoning about Student Thinking in Classrooms as a Result of Participating in a Combined Professional Development Intervention
We examine the teacher learning that results from participating in a two-year professional development intervention that combined lesson study, video clubs, and animation discussions. We investigate whether and how five teachers’ attention to student thinking changed when implementing problem-based lessons that they collaboratively designed. Using Sherin and van Es’ (2009) framework, we analyzed...
Posted: Tuesday, October 20

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