At the NSF-supported Next Generation STEM Learning for All Forum in November, seven presenters described how their work connects STEM learning with communities in need, how their work could shape schools of the future, and how to involve key systems and stakeholders in the development of these communities.
Join an NSF Program Officer and STELAR staff for a webinar presentation on the current NSF ITEST solicitation (15-599). The webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 15, from 3-4pm ET.
Are you writing a proposal and not sure what to include in your mentoring plan? Or do you work with graduate students and want to learn more about mentoring strategies that work? Or are you actually a graduate student or post-doc who has specific interests and needs for professional growth, and want to know where to turn? Attend this webinar and hear the experiences of those who have engaged in effective mentoring, as well as some of what research says to early career STEM education researchers about mentoring needs and opportunities.
The NSF Nuts & Bolts webinar, hosted by CADRE and led by NSF Program Officer David Campbell, is designed to introduce DR K-12 awardees to the ins and outs of project management—including information on evaluation and reporting, advisory boards, Institutional Review Boards (IRB), NSF Highlights, and more.
Informational Webinar on DR K-12 Solicitation (15-592)
The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation's most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of the mission of their organizations.
NSF’s Innovation Corps Teams Program (I-Corps Teams: NSF 12-602) has created a new opportunity, called I-Corps for Learning Teams (I-Corps L). I-Corps L supports taking discoveries and promising practices from education research and development and promoting opportunities for widespread adoption, adaptation, and utilization.