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“Zooming In” on Robotics during COVID-19: A Preservice Teacher, an Engineering Student, and a 5th Grader Engineer Robotic Flowers via Zoom The COVID-19 induced school shutdown dramatically…
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Zero Pairs: Learning about Additive Inverses Throughout elementary school, students learn about positive numbers and how they fit on a number line. The transition to using negative numbers,…
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Young Philosophers: Fifth-Grade Students Animating the Concept of Space In many schools across the world, students experience mathematical concepts as ideas empty of wisdom and possibility. In…
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Young Mathematicians Math Games Fun and easy to use math games designed for children ages 3 to 6-years-old. Some games are quick and use everyday materials; others use a game board for more…
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Young Children's Mathematics: Whose Home Practices Are Privileged? In this essay, the authors share a professional dialogue about the ways in which issues of power emerge in preschool…
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“You are Never too Little to Understand Your Culture”: Strengthening Early Childhood Teachers through the Diné Institute for Navajo Nation Educators There is international and widespread…
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Writing a Scientific Explanation American Museum of Natural History. (2018). Writing a Scientific Explanation. Retrieved from https://www.amnh.org/explore/curriculum-collections/integrating-…
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Wrapping Around - Understanding Fractions and "Super" Units (Witkowski et al.) http://cadrek12.org/sites/default/files/Wrapping%20Around%20NCTM%202010%20April…
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WorldWide Telescope in Education The American Astronomical Society’s WorldWide Telescope (WWT) is a visualization program that enables a computer to function as a virtual telescope—bringing…
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WISE: Web-based Inquiry Science Environment Web-Based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE)All WISE units are research-tested and aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards. Each unit is…
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Wildfire Risks & Impacts The Wildfire Module asks students to consider the question, "How will wildfire risks and impacts change over the next 100 years?" This five-activity module helps…
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Wildfire Module Now Freely Available Today’s students are exposed to news about wildfires on an all-too-regular basis. An increasingly larger portion of those students live in areas where…
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Why Social Networks? Let’s Build an Architecture of Participation (Lightle) Lightle Possible Questions Social networking.doc
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Why Should Students Write in Math Class? When teachers understand the key purposes for having students do mathematical writing, they can use that writing to deepen understanding. Casa, T. M.,…
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Why Formative Assessment? Why form Assessment_LE 2_5 14 13.pdf Why form Assessment_LE 3_1 16 13.pdf Why form Assessment_LE 4_5 14 13.pdf…
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Why Does Teacher Learning Vary in Professional Development? Accounting for Organisational Conditions Professional development providers often struggle with how some teachers take up and…
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Why Do Teachers Vary in Their Instructional Change During Science PD? The Role of Noticing Students in an Iterative Change Process Instructional shifts required by equitable, reform-based…
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Why discourse deserves our attention! In A. Florio (Editor) Mathematics for every student: Responding to diversity, Grades 9-12 (pp. 103-115). Reston, Va: NCTM.…
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Why and how do middle school students exchange ideas during science inquiry? Science is increasingly characterized by participation in knowledge communities. To meaningfully engage in science…
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Why a Digital Teacher Guide? Inquiry-based educative curricula and teachers who use these curricula as intended are major factors in achieving successful student learning outcomes in science.…
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Who Chooses STEM Careers? Using a Relative Cognitive Strength and Interest Model to Predict Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Career aspirations in science,…
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Where is Difference? Processes of Mathematical Remediation through a Constructivist Lens https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0732312317300056
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When Should I Use a Measure to Support InstructionalImprovement at Scale? The Importance of Considering BothIntended and Actual Use in Validity Arguments Despite the ease of accessing a wide…
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What’s New in the 2023 DRK-12 Solicitation The new DRK-12 solicitation (NSF 23-596) introduces several changes and updates compared to the previous solicitation (NSF 20-572). Proposal writers…
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What's In a Wave? Using Modeling and Computational Thinking to Enhance Students' Understanding of Waves Teaching about wave structure and function is a critical element of any…
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What’s happening in the Quantified Self movement? /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso…
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What You Find Depends on How You See: Examining Asset and Deficit Perspectives of Preservice Science Teachers’ Knowledge and Learning This article explores how scholars have framed studies of…
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What They Learn When They Learn Coding: Investigating Cognitive Domains and Computer Programming Knowledge in Young Children Computer programming for young children has grown in popularity…
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What question would I be asking myself in my head? Helping all students reason mathematically Chapter to appear in C. Malloy (Series Editor) Mathematics for all: Instructional strategies for…
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What Matters for Urban Adolescents’ Engagement and Disengagement in School: A Mixed-Methods Study This study uses a mixed-method sequential exploratory design to examine influences on urban…
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What Knowledge Mediates Teachers’ Appropriation of High Leverage Practices? (Cartier, Lancaster) Cartier Lancaster Teachers High Leverage Practices Univ of Pittsburgh 11-09-09.ppt…
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What is “repeated reasoning" in MP8? To make sense of the Common Core State Standards mathematical practice (MP) 8, this article illustrates what “repeated reasoning” means, why looking…
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What is Algebra? Cross-Curricular Textbook Analyses http://cadrek12.org/sites/default/files/Poster%20-%20NSF%20PI%20Mtg%202010%20%2…
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What Does It Mean to Notice My Students’ Ideas in Science Today?: An Investigation of Elementary Teachers’ Practice of Noticing Their Students’ Thinking in Science Efforts toward improving K-…
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What Can We Learn from Correct Answers? Dig deeper into classroom artifacts using research-based learning progressions to enhance your analysis and response to student work, even when most…
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Wetlands: Good or bad? Evaluating competing models Teaching with socio-scientific issues can be a challenge given the tug-of-war between the scientific, social, economic, and political…
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“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…
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Webinar Resources: Strengthening Educators’ Practices for Engaging and Empowering Students with Disabilities and Difficulties as Mathematics Learners Amy Brodesky, Jessica Hunt, Karen Mutch-…
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Webinar Resources: Managing Your NSF Grant NSF grants and program officers led a session on NSF grant policies and grant management procedures. Topics covered included personnel, budgets,…
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Webinar Resources: Informational Webinars on DRK-12 Solicitation (23-596) Resources from the NSF-led webinars on the new DRK-12 Solicitation 23-596.   2023 NSF Information Session on DRK-12…
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Webinar Resources: Informational Webinar on DRK-12 Solicitation (20-572) NSF program directors Rob Ochsendorf and Mike Steele presented on the revised DRK-12 Solicitation (20-572), giving an…
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Webinar Resources: Analyzing Teacher Learning in a Community of Practice Centered on Video Cases of Mathematics Teaching In this webinar, presenters Joseph DiNapoli, Eileen Murray, Doug O'…
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Webinar Resources: Adapting Your DRK-12 Research Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic On May 19, 2020, Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Rob Ochsendorf, Laura O'Dwyer, and Alan Stockdale led online discussion…
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Webinar on the Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development Webinar Recording:http://edc.adobeconnect.com/p3qr9x4upr5/ Common Guidelines Presentation…
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Webinar: Fellows Project Presentations 2.10.12 On February 10th, 2012, five Fellows presented on the work of their projects. Many thanks to the presenters and to the audience of Fellows who…
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Webinar: Evidence Standards for Evaluating Math and Science Programs What are evidence standards for evaluating math and science programs? Watch this webinar recording with experts from the…
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We Strive: Initial Explorations of STEM Teachers' Successes and Challenges in Implementing Socioscientific Issues This study explores two teachers participating in professional…
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“We Are the Future”: Critical Inquiry and Social Action in the Classroom This study explored how engaging in critical inquiry through Project-Based Inquiry (PBI) Global fostered social action…
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Vygotskian Hybridizing of Motion and Mapping: Learning About Geometric Transformations in Block-based Programming Environments Research on geometric transformations suggests that early…
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VISUALIZING OCEANS OF DATA Educational Interface Design Science is data-intensive, but today’s science education is not. In most classrooms, students’ work with data is limited to reading…