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Announcement | NSF Announcement: New Proposal and Submission Types and System Enhancements to Support the Revised PAPPG (NSF 22-1)
This announcement was sent October 6, 2021 from NSF: Dear Colleagues: Effective October 4, 2021, the National Science Foundation (NSF) made a number of system updates for proposals submitted in Research.gov, FastLane, and Grants.gov in accordance with the implementation of the Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 22-1). Please see the list of PAPPG (NSF 22-1)...
Posted: Wednesday, October 06
Early Career News | “Well That's How the Kids Feel!”—Epistemic Empathy as a Driver of Responsive Teaching
Lama Z. Jaber (CAREER Awardee) published this article in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching with co-authors Vesal Dini and David Hammer.
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Resource | “Well That's How the Kids Feel!”—Epistemic Empathy as a Driver of Responsive Teaching
While research shows that responsive teaching fosters students' disciplinary learning and equitable opportunities for participation, there is yet much to know about how teachers come to be responsive to their students' experiences in the science classroom. In this work, we set out to examine whether and how engaging teachers as learners in doing science may support responsive instructional...
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Resource | The Quest for Sustainable Futures: Designing Transformative Learning Spaces with Multilingual Black, Brown, and Latinx Young People Through Critical Response-ability
In an era of global climate change, intertwined with social and ecological predation, there is growing recognition of the importance of building socially, environmentally, culturally pluralistic, just and sustainable futures. Yet many of the calls for reform and discourses around sustainability are authored and defined through top-down approaches, by those who have power, privilege, and cognitive...
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Resource | Influence of Features of Curriculum Materials on the Planned Curriculum
The study explored the verb clauses and thematic development evident in curriculum materials and in transcripts of teachers planning lessons using the materials. A central argument is that though teacher characteristics influence the ways they plan lessons with curriculum materials, the materials themselves influence teachers’ planned lessons via the ways mathematics is construed in the materials...
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Early Career News | “I Stewed Over That Number Set for Like an Hour Last Night”: Purposeful Selection of Numbers for Fraction Story Problems
Susan B. Empson, Gladys H. Krause (2016-17 CADRE Fellow), and Victoria R. Jacobs published this article in the Journal of Mathematical Behavior.
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Early Career News | Disruptive Moments as Opportunities Towards Justice‐Oriented Pedagogical Practice in Informal Science Learning
Angela Calabrese Barton, Day Greenberg, Won J. Kim, Sinead Brien, ReAnna Roby (2018 CADRE Postdoc), Micaela Balzer, Carmen Turner, and Louise Archer published this Science Education article.
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Early Career News | Student Engagement with the “Into Math Graph" Tool
Amanda K. Riske (2020-21 CADRE Fellow), Catherine E. Cullicott, Amanda Mohammad Mirzaei, Amanda Jansen, and James Middleton published this article in Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12.
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Early Career News | Not Your Average Parachute: How We Transformed Our Parachutes Investigation to Capture the Vision of the Next Generation Science Standards
Kelsey Lipsitz (2016-17 CADRE Fellow), Fred Stein, Lynn Rankin, Barry Kluger-Bell, and Rachel Jordan published this Science & Children article.
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Early Career News | The Quest for Sustainable Futures: Designing Transformative Learning Spaces with Multilingual Black, Brown, and Latinx Young People Through Critical Response-ability
Shakhnoza Kayumova (CAREER Awardee) and Deborah J. Tippins published this article in Cultural Studies of Science Education.
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Early Career News | A Systematic Review of Science Discourse in K–12 Urban Classrooms in the United States: Accounting for Individual, Collective, and Contextual Factors
Christine L. Bae (CAREER Awardee) published this Review of Educational Research article with co-authors Daphne C. Mills, Fa Zhang, Martinique Sealy, Lauren Cabrera, and Marquita Sea.
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Resource | Promoting Teacher Self-Efficacy for Supporting English Learners in Mathematics: Effects of the Visual Access to Mathematics Professional Development
Teachers’ confidence and facility with strategies that position and support students who are English learners (ELs) as active participants in middle grades mathematics classrooms are key to facilitating ELs’ mathematics learning. The Visual Access to Mathematics (VAM) project developed and studied teacher professional development (PD) focused on linguistically-responsive teaching to facilitate...
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Page | Educator Resources
As part of our STEM Smart Initiative, CADRE has highlighted promising practices and tools for educators in support of effective STEM education in schools and programs since 2011. Sign up for our STEM Smart newsletter for updates. Explore NSF-funded resources for educators below, on Pinterest, and on our STEM Smart website.  Collections  Curricula & Resources for Educators (2021) A...
Posted: Tuesday, October 05
Event | EHR Townhall - Data Science in Education
The National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) invites you to participate in a town hall meeting to stimulate a national conversation on the topic of Data Science in Education.  Each day, there is more accessible data than there was the day before, and a professional skillset is emerging to meet the needs of a dynamically growing industry.  This town hall...
Posted: Monday, October 04
Posted: Wednesday, September 29
Announcement | Revision of NSF Award Terms and Conditions
This announcement was sent by NSF on September 28, 2021. Dear Colleagues:  I wanted to make you aware that the following sets of NSF Award Terms and Conditions have been revised: NSF Agency Specific Requirements to the Research Terms and Conditions (ASR); Grant General Conditions (GC-1);  Cooperative Agreement Financial & Administrative Terms and Conditions (CA-FATC); Cooperative Agreement...
Posted: Tuesday, September 28
Posted: Monday, September 27
File Upload | DTEEL Teacher Materials
Posted: Monday, September 27
File Upload | DTEEL Grade 5 Units
Posted: Monday, September 27
File Upload | DTEEL Grade 4 Units
Posted: Monday, September 27
File Upload | DTEEL Grade 3 Units
Posted: Monday, September 27
File Upload | DTEEL Grade 2 Units
Posted: Monday, September 27
File Upload | DTEEL Grade 1 Units
Posted: Monday, September 27
File Upload | DTEEL Kindergarten Units
Posted: Monday, September 27
Project Spotlight | Curricula & Resources for Educators
A collection of STEM+C lessons, apps, professional learning materials, and other educator resources created by DRK-12 projects. Filter by grade and discipline. View Library  
Posted: Monday, September 27
Newsletter | September 2021 Newsletter
Dear Colleagues, This month, we are preparing to launch a new iteration of CADRE. Meet our team and learn more about our new initiatives. We are also revising some of our existing programs, such as our CADRE Fellows and Postdocs programs, which will start in January 2022. View the list of 2020-21 DRK-12 awards, updated with several recently granted DRK-12 projects. Browse the many products that...
Posted: Friday, September 24
Resource | EDC Earth Science
This high school curriculum offers over 61 data-intensive Earth Science investigations, all set in real-world contexts and includes a variety of other activities, including topical fiction and non-fiction readings and research projects and presentations that build critical life and scientific literacy skills. 
Posted: Thursday, September 23
Event | NSF Fall 2021 Virtual Grants Conference
The Fall 2021 NSF Virtual Grants Conference is designed to give new faculty, researchers, and administrators key insights into a wide range of current issues at NSF. NSF program officers will be providing up-to-date information about specific funding opportunities and answering attendee questions. For those who cannot attend the live conference, all recorded conference sessions will be available...
Posted: Wednesday, September 22
Announcement | Register for the NSF Fall 2021 Virtual Grants Conference
Registration is now open for the NSF Fall 2021 Virtual Grants Conference, to be held October 4-8.   REGISTER
Posted: Wednesday, September 22
Announcement | NSF Candidate Search - Assistant Director for EHR
The National Science Foundation is beginning a national search for the Assistant Director for Education and Human Resources (EHR) and we seek your help in identifying visionary candidates. The new Assistant Director (AD) will succeed Dr. Karen Marrongelle, who recently accepted the post of NSF Chief Operating Officer. Learn more
Posted: Wednesday, September 22

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