Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.
The 2020 DRK-12 PI Meeting is an opportunity for DRK-12 awardees to learn about current STEM education research and methodologies, network with one another, and share best practices and tools critical to increasing the impact and sustainability of our work over time.
Stay tuned for additional details, which will be posted here and shared via email with invited PIs.
2020 PI Meeting Committee Members
We would like to thank our 2020 PI Meeting Committee Members for their time, advice, and service:
Jody Bintz, Associate Director for Strategic Partnerships & Professional Learning, BSCS Science Learning | Bio
- Science Teachers Learning from Lesson Analysis (STeLLA): High School Biology
- Translating a Video-based Model of Teacher Professional Development to an Online Environment
Jose Blackorby, Senior Director of Research and Development, CAST | Bio
- Accelerating Higher Order Thinking and STEM Content Learning Among Students with Learning Disabilities
Paul Cobb, Research Professor, Vanderbilt University | Bio
- Improving the Implementation of Rigorous Instructional Materials in Middle-Grades Mathematics: Developing a System of Practical Measures and Routines (Collaborative Research: Cobb)
Zandra de Araujo, Associate Professor, University of Missouri | Bio
Ximena Dominguez, Director of Early STEM Research, Digital Promise | Bio
- Integrating Science with Mathematics and Engineering: Linking Home and School Learning for All Young Learners
Marcia Linn, Professor, University of California, Berkeley | Bio
- GRIDS: Graphing Research on Inquiry with Data in Science
- Supporting Teachers in Responsive Instruction for Developing Expertise in Science (Collaborative Research: Linn)
Jamie Mikeska, Research Scientist, Educational Testing Service (ETS) | Bio
- Developing and Validating Assessments to Measure and Build Elementary Teachers' Content Knowledge for Teaching about Matter and Its Interactions within Teacher Education Settings (Collaborative Research: Mikeska)
- Developing Preservice Elementary Teachers' Ability to Facilitate Goal-Oriented Discussions in Science and Mathematics via the Use of Simulated Classroom Interactions
- Understanding the Role of Simulations in K-12 Science and Mathematics Teacher Education
Eric Wiebe, Professor, North Carolina State University | Bio
- Fostering Collaborative Computer Science Learning with Intelligent Virtual Companions for Upper Elementary Students (Collaborative Research: Wiebe)