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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 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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Workshop on Speech Technology On June 4th, an invitational workshop will be held in Washington, D.C. to help explore, define and launch research at the nexus of speech technology and education…
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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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WISE seeks post-doctoral scholar Full-time post-doctoral scholar opportunity at the University of California, Berkeley at the TELS Center (telscenter.org). Read the full job posting.
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Winter 2017 Newsletter Special Issue: Dissemination Dear Colleagues,   As we each grapple with how to best achieve our desired project outcomes and impacts, CADRE has pulled together some…
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Winter 2016 Newsletter Dear Colleagues: Happy New Year!   We are starting the year with a commitment to disseminating your findings and resources in many different ways.   We have begun…
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Winter 2015 Newsletter Dear Colleagues: The CADRE team wishes you a productive professional year in 2015! In the fall, we welcomed the newest cohort of Fellows to the CADRE community. They are…
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Winter 2014 Newsletter Dear Colleagues: I am writing to let you know that we are in discussion with NSF  about organizing a 2014 DR K-12 PI meeting, preferably in early August. While there has…
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Winter 2014 Newsletter Our Winter 2014 Newsletter is out! Visit http://cadrek12.org/newsletters/winter-2014 to read our latest news. Table of Contents: Greetings from CADRE Webinars for New…
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Winter 2013 Newsletter Dear Colleagues, CADRE's work this year is largely focused on dissemination, and we are pleased to send you this quarterly CADRE newsletter that highlights efforts and…
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Winter 2012 Newsletter Dear Colleagues: Just a reminder that the 2012 DR K-12 PI Meeting will be held June 13-15th at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, VA. Registration will open in…
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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…
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Winter 2010 Newsletter Greetings from CADRE Dear Colleagues, There is a lot to share since we last saw you at the November DR K-12 PI Meeting. We have been pulling together resources that we…
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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 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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White House Call to Action for CS Ed Week In January 2016 Obama launched the Computer Science for All initiative as a way to empower K-12 students to learn computer science and be equipped…
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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 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 Was Your STEM Spark? The National Science Foundation seeks to energize the STEM community around the importance of STEM education and is asking its partners, stakeholders and anyone who…
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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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What are your colleagues working on? Thank you to everyone who submitted their project websites, recent publications, and upcoming presentations via our survey. To view the results, visit:…
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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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We're looking for Early Childhood Educators for a 3-Day Summer Robotics Workshop! Qualified educators are those who are: 1) educators in early childhood classrooms (Pre-K through 2nd…
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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…