Make sure your kids have productive screen time this summer.
The ranger-led hikes studied at Indiana Dunes National Park were presented in concert with “Interpreters and Scientists Working on Our Parks” (iSWOOP), which aimed to increase science and visual literacy and STEM learning among visitors to United States national parks.
by Scott Bresnahan, Ted Ducas, and Andee Rubin
Hands On! Volume 17, No. 2, Fall 1994 (c) TERC, 1994. All rights reserved.
To many students, mathematics has only tenuous connections to their everyday lives and personal concerns. In recognition of this, current educational reform emphasizes that teachers should adopt curriculum activities that “connect mathematics to students’ lives.” But what kinds of activities might these be? How can students’ concerns be effectively integrated into mathematics instruction? » Read more
Abstract: This paper presents themes that emerge from empirical literature on women of color (WOC) in computer science (CS) graduate education. We ask, according to the literature, what factors affect the experiences, participation, and advancement of WOC in CS graduate degrees? The findings are drawn from a subset of literature on graduate education from our National Science Foundation-funded project, Literature Analysis and Synthesis of Women of Color in Technology and Computing. Findings of on-campus social supports include student support groups and peers who provided community, » Read more
Register for the Introduction to Qualitative Meta-Synthesis Methods: Achieving STEM Equity and Inclusion through Syntheses webinar.
Teachers (grades 6-8) are needed to recruit students for a research study about May’s Journey, an online game that teaches programming.