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STELAR is hosting NSF Program Officers for a webinar to share information about Maker initiatives and NSF funded work in the Maker field.
The NSF CAREER Coordinating Committee hosts a webinar to answer participants' questions about development and submission of proposals to the NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER). The webinar will give participants the opportunity to interact with members of the NSF-wide CAREER Coordinating Committee in a question-and-answer format.
On May 2nd, CADRE hosted a webinar on conducting legislative visits. The purpose of this webinar was to help NSF awardees prepare for effective informational meetings with congressional staff and craft appropriate messages for conversations with them about preK-12 STEM education.
Presenters: Jeff Rosen, Jayma Koval, Kathy Kennedy, and Kate Soriano
On February 14, CADRE is hosting a webinar on freely available, openly-licensed open education resources (OER) in K-12 STEM. Panelists and participants will discuss the current demand for OER and opportunities for NSF-funded projects to contribute; key considerations, opportunities, and challenges for individuals, projects, and organizations developing OER (e.g., intellectual property and financial trade-offs); how OER products are identified, evaluated, and used by teachers, schools, and districts; and avenues for dissemination and uptake.
Computational Thinking and CT have become a buzz word and buzz acronym in schools and education systems worldwide, yet is still a phrase that invokes confusion and debate. This 2-part webinar will devote the first part to unpacking CT and the second to discussing CT in the context of non-CS disciplinary learning.
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Educational researchers Justin Reich and Mimi Ito recently released a report, From Good Intentions to Real Outcomes: Equity by Design in Learning Technologies, which synthesizes research on why educational technology efforts so often fail to achieve equitable outcomes, and offers some guiding principles to address these pitfalls. The report addresses three important ed tech myths above and connects them to research findings from diverse fields and disciplines.
How are NSF programs laying a foundation for success in work at the Human-Technology Frontier?
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