The Center for Science STEM Teaching and Learning (CSTL) is a research and development center for K-12 science and math education in formal and informal learning environments. CSTL conducts research; develops technology-enhanced curriculum and professional development; researches and develops Major areas of work include professional development for middle school math teachers and implementation of early algebra education initiatives; research and development of web-based and mobile assistive technologies for individuals with disabilities; researches research and designs design of educational gaming environments; fosters collaborations among students, teachers, and scientists across the world; and promotes policy reformenergy education for elementary students and teachers; Earth science and climate literacy initiatives; and investigations to support teacher practice and professional learning through the use of video-based technology. CSTL hosts the Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN); EdGE (the Educational Gaming Environments group (EdGE) Group at TERC; and the series of ; the Poincaré Institute for Mathematics Education; the Inquiry Project; and the Signing Math and Science initiativesDictionaries.
The following list includes all active CSTL projects.
You may also access past CSTL projects.