DRK-12 Research and Products
Presentation | This is the final poster that was presented at the PI conference in Washington, DC. it was part of the DRK 12 Sims & Games session proposal of 12 posters.
Presentation | Today's math curriculum is teaching students to expect -- and excel at -- paint-by-numbers classwork, robbing kids of a skill more important than solving problems: formulating them. At TEDxNYED, Dan Meyer shows classroom-tested math exercises…
Publication | In this theoretical research paper we describe a collaborative effort between researchers and university faculty to improve how teachers are prepared to teach middle school mathematics.
Presentation | Poster presented at the DRK-12 Principal Investigators Meeting in Washington, DC.
Publication | This report is an overview of the projects in the DR K-12 portfolio.
Using Teaching Routines with Classroom Network Technology to Support Improved Classroom Assessment (Penuel, Schank)
Presentation | This interactive workshop introduces participants to teaching routines for use with a classroom network technology called Group Scribbles, which supports teachers’ invention of classroom assessment activities in Earth science.
Publication | The proposal for the Geniverse project. This project was proposed as NextBio; the name was subsequently changed to Geniverse.
The Role of the Institutional Setting in Teachers’ Development of Ambitious Instructional Practices in Middle-Grades Mathematics (Jackson, Cobb, McGraner)
Presentation | Three DR-K12 projects report findings on aspects of the institutional setting of teaching that affects teachers’ development of ambitious instructional practices in middle-school mathematics.
Presentation | Join the panelists from the plenary presentation to continue conversations about common standards in each of the STEM disciplines.
Presentation | This session presents an instrument for measuring preservice elementary teachers’ application of instructional planning practices and discusses the relationship between these practices and teachers’ knowledge.