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Event | Computer Science for All (CSforAll: Research and RPPs) Full Proposal Deadline
Learn more at https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/computer-science-all-csforal….
Posted: Monday, December 13
Posted: Monday, December 13
Event | Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL) Full Proposal Deadline
Learn more at https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/advancing-informal-stem-lear….
Posted: Monday, December 13
Event | Tribal Colleges and Universities Program (TCUP) for Secondary and Elementary Teachers in STEM - Small Grants for Research Full Proposal Deadline
Learn more at https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/tribal-colleges-and-universi….
Posted: Monday, December 13
Event | DRL Prospective Program Officers Webinar
The NSF Division for Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL) in the Directorate for Education and Human Resources will host a webinar on its five nationwide Program Officer Searches. There will be a question-and-answer session as well. Anyone interested in applying for a Program Officer position in the Division is invited to attend. Participant video cameras, the participant…
Posted: Friday, December 10
Resource | EarSketch Workspace & Curriculum
EarSketch helps you learn core topics in computer science, music, and music technology in a fun, engaging environment. You learn to code in Python or JavaScript, two of the most popular programming languages in the world, while manipulating loops, composing beats, and applying effects to a multi-track digital audio workstation. To start learning to write code and make music, click the Start…
Posted: Thursday, December 09
Event | Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (STEM Ed PRF) Full Proposal Deadline
Learn more at https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/science-technology-engineeri…
Posted: Wednesday, December 08
Event | Ethical and Responsible Research (ER2) Full Proposal Deadline
Learn more at https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/ethical-and-responsible-rese…
Posted: Wednesday, December 08
Announcement | "Blockchain in education – education in blockchain" Virtual Meeting
NSF would like to inquire about your interest in participating in a 2-day virtual meeting, “Blockchain in education – education in blockchain”, to be organized by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Science and Technology Policy Institute (STPI), February 14-15, 2022, noon-4PM Eastern time. We kindly ask you to follow the link below to register, note your interest in receiving future…
Posted: Wednesday, December 08
Announcement | New NSF Solicitation: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (STEM Ed PRF)
The Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) STEM Education Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (STEM Ed PRF) program funds individual and institutional postdoctoral awards designed to enhance the research knowledge, skills, and practices of recent doctoral graduates in STEM, STEM Education, Education, and related disciplines, with a goal of advancing their preparation to engage in…
Posted: Monday, December 06
Announcement | Apply for a Permanent Program Director Position at NSF
NSF is seeking qualified candidates for Program Director positions in the Division of Research and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL) within the Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR). DRL invests in projects to improve the effectiveness of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning for people of all ages. Program Director(s) work across programs in…
Posted: Monday, November 29
Announcement | Apply for a Permanent Position at NSF: Science Education Administrator (Program Director)
The National Science Foundation is seeking qualified candidates for a Science Education Administrator (Program Director) position for the Division of Research and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL) within the Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR), Alexandria, VA. The Program Director(s) will work across programs in DRL, as all programs support research and development on…
Posted: Tuesday, November 23
Newsletter | Fall 2011 Newsletter
Dear Colleagues: CADRE has had a busy summer and fall, and you will read about some of our activities in this newsletter. DR K-12 PIs, please watch your email for the annual survey conducted by UMass Donahue Institute, our evaluator. As researchers, we know we can count on you to respond in a timely way! We hope you will join us in welcoming a group of new awardees to CADRE. To ease their…
Posted: Wednesday, November 17
Newsletter | Summer 2011 Newsletter
Greetings from CADRE Dear Colleagues, CADRE Advisory BoardWe recently met with our national advisory group and as always, found their guidance and counsel to be very practical and wise. Thanks to the following advisors who attended the May 24-25th meeting at EDC: Phyllis Buchanan, Du Pont Corporate Education Program; Chad Dorsey, Concord Consortium; Solomon Friedberg, Boston College; Gary…
Posted: Wednesday, November 17
Newsletter | Winter 2011 Newsletter
Greetings from CADRE Dear Colleagues, With the December PI meeting behind us, we are now planning some follow-up support for grantees who participated in special interest groups and job-alike groups. We are organizing activities for the CADRE Fellows who appreciated the opportunity to attend sessions and network with those of you who are experienced STEM researchers and developers. Their…
Posted: Wednesday, November 17
Newsletter | November 2021 Newsletter
Dear Colleagues, CADRE is excited to plan and offer new supports for DRK-12 awardees. Please take our survey on your professional interests and needs, if you haven't already. It should take you less than 10 minutes to complete and will help us design and offer valuable opportunities for you and the DRK-12 community.   This newsletter includes a Spotlight on DRK-12-led conferences and workshops…
Posted: Monday, November 15
Resource | Preparing Science Teachers Through Practice-Based Teacher Education
This comprehensive volume advances a vision of teacher preparation programs focused on core practices supporting ambitious science instruction. The book advocates for collaborative learning and building a community of teacher educators that can collectively share and refine strategies, tools, and practices.    A renewed interest in practice-based teacher education paired with increasingly…
Posted: Friday, November 12
Project Spotlight | Conferences and Workshops Organized by DRK-12 Projects
This Spotlight highlights the work of DRK-12 projects focused on organizing conferences or workshops to advance their work and the STEM education field. In this Spotlight... Featured Conferences & Workshops: Ambitious Science Teacher Preparation Lesson Study in Mathematics and Science Teacher Education Conference Understanding the Role of Simulations in K-12 Science and Mathematics…
Posted: Thursday, November 11
Event | NSF Fall 2021 ERA Forum Webinar
FastLane is going away at the end of 2022. Be in the know on NSF's proposal preparation and submission modernization and other important NSF updates.  You are invited to participate in the NSF Electronic Research Administration (ERA) Forum webinar on November 16, 2021, from 1:30 - 3:00 PM Eastern Time. To participate in this Forum, please Register Now.  The topics for this Forum webinar will…
Posted: Thursday, November 04
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Resource | Argumentation Infographic
Research suggests that if students use viable argumentation in their middle school classes, then they will increase their complex mathematical reasoning and mathematics achievement. This is a 2-page infographic detailing the results from a case study.
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Resource | Conceptions and Consequences of Mathematical Argumentation, Justification, and Proof
This book aims to advance ongoing debates in the field of mathematics and mathematics education regarding conceptions of argumentation, justification, and proof and the consequences for research and practice when applying particular conceptions of each construct. Through analyses of classroom practice across grade levels using different lenses - particular conceptions of argumentation,…
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Resource | Eliminating counterexamples: A case study intervention for improving adolescents’ ability to critique direct arguments
Students’ difficulties with argumentation, proving, and the role of counterexamples in proving are well documented. Students in this study experienced an intervention for improving their argumentation and proving practices. The intervention included the eliminating counterexamples (ECE) framework as a means of constructing and critiquing viable arguments for a general claim. This framework…
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Resource | Eliminating counterexamples: An intervention for improving adolescents’ contrapositive reasoning
Students’ difficulties with contrapositive reasoning are well documented. Lack of intuition about contrapositive reasoning and lack of a meta-argument for the logical equivalence between a conditional claim and its contrapositive may contribute to students’ struggles. This case study investigated the effectiveness of the eliminating counterexamples intervention in improving students’ ability to…
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Posted: Wednesday, November 03
Event | EHR Fall 2021 Advisory Committee Meeting
Learn more at https://www.nsf.gov/events/event_summ.jsp?cntn_id=303779&org=EHR NAME AND COMMITTEE CODE: Advisory Committee for Education and Human Resources (#1119) (Virtual Meeting) DATE AND TIME: Wednesday, November 3, 2021; 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm and Thursday, November 4, 2021; 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm        PLACE: National Science Foundation, 2415 Eisenhower Avenue. Alexandria, VA  22314 To attend…
Posted: Tuesday, November 02
Resource | SchoolWide Labs
The SchoolWide Lab middle school curriculum units are anchored in phenomena, aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards(NGSS) and purposefully integrate Computational Thinking (CT). To date, four units have been developed by a team of researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder in collaboration with middle school teachers from Denver Public Schools.
Posted: Friday, October 29