Ellen Meier

Citations of DRK-12 or Related Work (DRK-12 work is denoted by *)
  • Meier, E. (2018). The Collaboration Imperative. In L. Lin & J.M. Spector (Eds.), Constructive Articulation Between the Sciences of Learning and the Instructional Design and Technology Communities. New York: Routledge.*
  • Meier, E. (2015). Beyond a digital status quo: re-conceptualizing online learning opportunities. Bank Street Occasional Paper Series, 34. Retrieved from https://www.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/.*
Columbia University

The goal of the grant is to establish a culture of inquiry with all partners in order to develop interdiciplinary, authentic STEM learning environments. Design-based research provides iterative cycles of implementation to explore and refine the approach as a transformative model for STEM programs. The model supports a sustainable approach by building the capacity of schools to focus on design issues related to content, pedagogy, and leadership.

Teachers College, Columbia University

This project will help teachers design and facilitate high-quality, real world STEM experiences for students, as teachers move from traditional approaches to organizing their teaching around interdisciplinary questions or problems. The project will work with building administrators to make the structural changes needed for interdisciplinary STEM instruction.

Columbia University

The project is a four-year, early-stage design and development project aimed to refine a state-of-the-art professional development model to prepare K-8 teachers and instructional leaders in urban schools to facilitate and support successful K-8 STEM Education. The project will specifically explore which components of the program promote teacher change, which aspects of the program support structural changes for STEM teaching in schools, and what holds promise for interdisciplinary STEM teacher development.