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Event | CADRE Learning Series: Using Video in Education Research - Part 2
Moderator: Ilana Horn, Vanderbilt University Panelists: Heather Hill, Harvard University; Joanne Lobato, San Diego State University; Nanette Seago, WestEd; Erica Walker, Columbia University Do you want to introduce video approaches into your research or figure out new strategies for recording and analyzing video data? In the first webinar of this Learning Series on January 27 (register here),…
Posted: Monday, January 23
Announcement | CADRE Learning Series: Using Video in Education Research
Image Do you want to introduce video approaches into your research or figure out new strategies for recording and analyzing video data? In the first webinar of this Learning Series on January 27, learn how researchers incorporate video into their studies for a range of purposes and at different scales. In a follow-up session on February 10, you will have the…
Posted: Monday, January 23
Survey | Registration for Part 2 of the CADRE Learning Series on Using Video in Education Research
February 10, 3-4:30 PM ET Image Consultants: Ilana Horn, Vanderbilt University; Heather Hill, Harvard University; Joanne Lobato, San Diego State University; Nanette Seago, WestEd; Erica Walker, Columbia University Do you want to introduce video approaches into your research or figure out new strategies for recording and analyzing video data? In the first…
Posted: Monday, January 23
Event | NSF Growing Research Access for Nationally Transformative Equity and Diversity (GRANTED) Initiative Conference and Workshops
NSF is excited to announce the Growing Research Access for Nationally Transformative Equity and Diversity (GRANTED) initiative, a wholly unique new funding opportunity for NSF. GRANTED activities and support will focus on building capacity within the Nation’s research enterprise* and reducing barriers to research competitiveness. The first funding opportunity is now available via Dear Colleague…
Posted: Tuesday, January 17
Newsletter | January 2023 Newsletter
Dear Colleagues, Happy New Year! As we look at our plans for 2023—including the CADRE Learning Series, CADRE Fellows program, 2023 DRK-12 PI Meeting, new outreach, topical groups, and more—we are excited to continue supporting your work while helping to advance STEM education research. In this month’s Spotlight, we’re highlighting DRK-12 projects studying the impacts of models, resources, and…
Posted: Tuesday, January 17
Event | NSF Biographical Sketch and Current and Pending (Other) Support: SciENcv and NSF Formats.
The revised PAPPG is going in effect on January 30th, 2023. NSF and NIH are holding a webinar on Thursday, January 19th at 3:00 PM EST, to discuss the revised Bio sketches and current and pending support formats and demonstrate the SciENcv system. Please find the link to register to the webinar. “NSF implemented revised versions of the Biographical Sketch and Current and Pending (Other) Support…
Posted: Tuesday, January 17
Event | Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST) Full Proposal Deadline
Learn more at https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/innovative-technology-experi….
Posted: Tuesday, January 17
Event | Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI Program) Full Proposal Deadline
Learn more at https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/improving-undergraduate-stem….
Posted: Tuesday, January 17
Event | Computer Science for All (CSforAll: Research and RPPs) Full Proposal Deadline
Learn more at https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/computer-science-all-csforal….
Posted: Tuesday, January 17
Announcement | NSF VITAL Prize Challenge
A new Dear Colleague Letter from NSF announces a $6 million Visionary Interdisciplinary Teams Advancing Learning (VITAL) Prize Challenge. Learn more: https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2023/nsf23042/nsf23042.jsp?WT.mc_ev=click&WT.m…
Posted: Monday, January 16
Announcement | NSF Webinar Series: Biographical Sketch and Current and Pending (Other) Support
NSF implemented revised versions of the Biographical Sketch and Current and Pending (Other) Support formats for consistency with the Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 23-1). The requirement to use the revised formats is effective for proposals submitted or due on or after January 30, 2023. These revised formats are now available in SciENcv and on the NSF Policy Office…
Posted: Sunday, January 15
Project Spotlight | DRK-12 Impact Studies
This Spotlight features DRK-12 impact studies that are researching the efficacy or effectiveness of previous work. We hope this Spotlight provides insight into this research type. In this Spotlight... Featured Projects An Efficacy Study of a Comprehensive, Middle School Science Curriculum that Integrates Disciplinary Core Ideas, Science and Engineering Practices, and Crosscutting Concepts (PI:…
Posted: Sunday, January 15
Announcement | Job Opportunity at NSF: Science Education Administrator (Program Director)
NSF is seeking qualified candidates for multiple Science Education Administrator (Program Director) positions for the Division of Research and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings in Alexandria, VA. Candidates should have research or development experience in formal and/or informal settings, and research and development expertise in equity and inclusion in STEM education and learning.
Posted: Friday, January 13
Event | CADRE Learning Series: Using Video in Education Research - Part 1
Moderator: Ilana Horn, Vanderbilt University Panelists: Heather Hill, Harvard University; Joanne Lobato, San Diego State University; Nanette Seago, WestEd; Erica Walker, Columbia University Do you want to introduce video approaches into your research or figure out new strategies for recording and analyzing video data? In the first webinar of this Learning Series, learn how researchers…
Posted: Thursday, January 05
Announcement | Announcing the 2023 CADRE Fellows!
Please join us in welcoming the 2023 CADRE Fellows: Naomi Blaushild, The Learning Partnership Kyalamboka Brown, Stanford University Hannah Cooke, University of Connecticut Arsene Frederic Jr., Howard University Kelly-Ann Gesuelli, University of Notre Dame Jordan Henley, University of Georgia Eric Kirk, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Swati Mehta, California State University, Dominguez…
Posted: Thursday, January 05
Early Career News | Profiles of Teachers’ Expertise in Professional Noticing of Children’s Mathematical Thinking
Victoria R. Jacobs, Susan B. Empson, Naomi A. Jessup, Amy Dunning, D’Anna Pynes, Gladys Krause (2016-17 CADRE Fellow), and Todd M. Franke published this article in the Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Early Career News | Preschool-Age Children’s Early Steps Towards Evidence-based Explanations and Modelling Practices
Julia D. Plummer and Amy Ricketts (2020 CADRE Postdoc) co-authored this article in the International Journal of Science Education.
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Early Career News | Narrative Characteristics of Captivating Secondary Mathematics Lessons
Leslie Dietiker (CAREER Awardee) published this Educational Studies in Mathematics article with co-authors Rashmi Singh, Meghan Riling, Hector I. Nieves, and Erin Barno.
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Early Career News | A New Twist on Fraction Equations
Victoria R. Jacobs, Susan B. Empson, Joan M. Case, Amy Dunning, Naomi A. Jessup, Gladys Krause (2016-17 CADRE Fellow), and D’Anna Pynes published this article in Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12.
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Validating the Use of Student-Level Instruments to Examine Preservice Teachers' Mathematical Problem Solving
Problem solving is a central focus of mathematics teaching and learning. If teachers are expected to support students' problem-solving development, then it reasons that teachers should also be able to solve problems aligned to grade level content standards. The purpose of this validation study is twofold: (1) to present evidence supporting the use of the Problem Solving Measures Grades 3–5 with…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Validating the Use of Student-Level Instruments to Examine Preservice Teachers' Mathematical Problem Solving
Problem solving is a central focus of mathematics teaching and learning. If teachers are expected to support students' problem-solving development, then it reasons that teachers should also be able to solve problems aligned to grade level content standards. The purpose of this validation study is twofold: (1) to present evidence supporting the use of the Problem Solving Measures Grades 3–5 with…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Validating the Use of Student-Level Instruments to Examine Preservice Teachers' Mathematical Problem Solving
Problem solving is a central focus of mathematics teaching and learning. If teachers are expected to support students' problem-solving development, then it reasons that teachers should also be able to solve problems aligned to grade level content standards. The purpose of this validation study is twofold: (1) to present evidence supporting the use of the Problem Solving Measures Grades 3–5 with…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Validating the Use of Student-Level Instruments to Examine Preservice Teachers' Mathematical Problem Solving
Problem solving is a central focus of mathematics teaching and learning. If teachers are expected to support students' problem-solving development, then it reasons that teachers should also be able to solve problems aligned to grade level content standards. The purpose of this validation study is twofold: (1) to present evidence supporting the use of the Problem Solving Measures Grades 3–5 with…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Profiles of Teachers’ Expertise in Professional Noticing of Children’s Mathematical Thinking
This study contributes to the growing body of research that highlights the usefulness of professional noticing of children’s mathematical thinking for understanding the complexity and variability in teaching expertise. We explored the noticing expertise of 72 upper elementary school teachers engaged in multi-year professional development focused on children’s fraction thinking. Our assessment…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Narrative Characteristics of Captivating Secondary Mathematics Lessons
Why do some mathematics lessons captivate high school students and others not? This study explores this question by comparing how the content unfolds in the lessons that students rated highest with respect to their aesthetic affordances (e.g., using terms like “intriguing,” “surprising”) with those the same students rated lowest with respect to their aesthetic affordances (e.g., “just ok,” “dull…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Doing Research: A New Researcher’s Guide
This book is about scientific inquiry. Designed for early and mid-career researchers, it is a practical manual for conducting and communicating high-quality research in (mathematics) education. Based on the authors’ extensive experience as researchers, as mentors, and as members of the editorial team for the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME), this book directly speaks to…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Transforming Science Learning Framework: Translating an Equity Commitment into Action through Co-Design
In this study, we present a conceptual tool for guiding teachers’ principled pedagogical actions toward equitable instruction, referred to as the Transforming Science Learning (TSL) framework. The TSL framework was developed to address the challenges of enacting an ideological commitment in local contexts–promoting equity and justice through culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP) in K-12 science…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Sustaining at Scale: District Mathematics Specialists’ Adaptations to a Teacher Leadership Preparation Program
A common approach to scaling up a professional development program is for the researchers who designed the program to prepare teacher leaders to facilitate it at their schools. When researchers eventually leave, however, teacher leaders may receive less support. To ensure that teacher leaders continue receiving support, researchers can prepare district mathematics specialists to assume…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Invisible Multilingual Black and Brown Girls: Raciolinguistic Narratives of Identity in Science Education
Black and Brown girls are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Although studies have examined the reasons for this by exploring Black and Brown girls' experiences based on culture, gender, and race, there is a need for specifically understanding how language contributes to racialized experiences in science education. This study fills this critical gap by…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20
Resource | Building Toward Critical Data Literacy with Investigations of Income Inequality
To promote understanding of and interest in working with data among diverse student populations, we developed and studied a high school mathematics curriculum module that examines income inequality in the United States. Designed as a multi-week set of applied data investigations, the module supports student analyses of income inequality using U.S. Census Bureau microdata and the online data…
Posted: Tuesday, December 20