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Posted: Wednesday, October 17
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Resource | Dissemination Toolkit: Social Media Outreach
Just Getting Started? First, ask yourself if social media is right for your project. To use social media effectively, you need to build a group of followers, and the best way to build a following is by posting relevant information regularly. As an exercise, generate a list of 14 resources that would be appropriate to post. See how long that took. If you had trouble coming up with ideas, then...
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Resource | Refining a Vision of Ambitious Mathematics Instruction to Address Issues of Equity
Note: A previous version of this paper was presented at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Pre-Session in San Diego (April 2010) and the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Denver (April 2010). The NCTM Standards presents an ambitious vision for high-quality mathematics instruction and proposes forms of instructional practice that support the...
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Resource | Project Instrument Development (I.D.) - Growth of Empowerment in Career Science Teacher
A poster on Project Instrument Development (I.D.) - Growth of Empowerment in Career Science Teachers.
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Resource | Professional Noticing of Children’s Mathematical Thinking
The construct professional noticing of children’s mathematical thinking is introduced as a way to begin to unpack the in-the-moment decision making that is foundational to the complex view of teaching endorsed in national reform documents. We define this expertise as a set of interrelated skills including (a) attending to children’s strategies, (b) interpreting children’s understandings, and (c)...
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Resource | Prepare and Inspire: K-12 Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) for America's Future
America is home to extraordinary assets in science, engineering, and mathematics that, if properly applied within the educational system, could revitalize student interest and increase proficiency in these subjects and support an American economic renewal, according to a new report from an independent council of Presidential advisors. The new report by the President’s Council of Advisors on...
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Resource | Preparation and Characterization of a Monolithic Column for use in HPLC: An Undergraduate Laboratory Experiment
The high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) experiment, most often done in the undergraduate analytical instrumentation laboratory course, generally illustrates reversed-phase chromatography using a commercial C18 silica column. To avoid the expense of periodic column replacement and introduce a choice of columns with different stationary phases, we have developed an experiment in which...
Posted: Wednesday, October 17
Resource | Practice-Engaged Research and Development in Education
This paper argues for education research and development (R&D) arrangements and policies that systematically encourage engagement with practice.  Citing practices in health-services research and commercial R&D as well as education, it advocates more attention to approaches such as the following: - Grounding studies in practitioners’ problems and exploring practitioners’ solutions-...
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