This study will investigate the integration of science with mathematics and engineering and develop resources that provide preschool children with integrated STEM learning experiences. The study will also investigate the connection between home and school learning and will develop resources that strengthen children's experiences at school and home.
- Dominguez, X., & Goldstein, M. (March 2020) Next Generation Preschool Science: Findings from design-based research to inform iterative development of an innovative curricular program and a field study to examine implementation and efficacy. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, to be held March 11-14 in Crystal City, VA.*
- Goldstein, M., Lewis Presser, A., & Vidiksis, R. (April 2020). Why and how to go digital: Research-based strategies for using media to teach science in your preschool classroom. Workshop to be conducted at Young Child Expo & Conference to be held April 28-May 1 in New York, NY.*
- Lewis Presser, A .E., Dominguez, X., Goldstein, M., Vidiksis, R., & Kamdar, D. (March 2019). Ramp it up! Preschoolers investigate force and motion with a digital journal. Science & Children, 56(7), 30-37.*
- Goldstein, M., Famularo, L., & Kynn, J. (2018). From Puddles to Pigeons: Learning About Nature in Cities. Young Children, 73(5): https://www.naeyc.org/resources/pubs/yc/nov2018/learning-about-nature-ci...
- Goldstein, M., Christensen, C., Gerard, S. N., & Silander, M. (2018). Science takes center stage: Design principles to support young children’s science learning with media. In S. Pasnik (Ed.), Getting Ready to Learn: Creating Effective, Educational Children’s Media. New York: Routledge.*
- Goldstein, M., Famularo, L., Kynn, J., & Pierson, E. (May 2019) Researching a new pathway for promoting children’s active outdoor science exploration in urban settings. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership.