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The MSP community is rich with diversity and resources for addressing questions related to STEM professional development; we invite practitioners, administrators, and higher-ed faculty from the community to use this forum to pose questions growing out of their work, research and other areas of concern they wish to see addressed. It is important for the tenor of this conversation to remain respectful of all questions asked and of all opinions and research offered. As with all of MSPnet, opinions expressed in this forum are those of the contributor and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of MSPnet or of the National Science Foundation. We look forward to an engaging conversation related to questions around your work. You may visit this public forum.
In this forum, MSPnet members can debate opinions related to STEM teaching and learning and to discuss thought-provoking research and articles. We invite you to start new topics within this forum, and we look forward to lively debate. While we anticipate that people will express strongly held views, we are confident that the forum will provide a haven for a diversity of opinions, creating a venue for engaging and respectful dialogue between colleagues. As with all of MSPnet, opinions shared represent those of the contributors and not necessarily those of MSPnet staff or of NSF. You may visit this public forum.

MSPnet Academy Discussions

The MSPnet Academy series of webinars provides a venue for MSP leaders to present to the broader MSP Community. Online conversations around these presentations are conducted in this forum, including recordings of the original presentations. You may visit this public forum.

Research and Evaluation

This forum will provide a space for discussing details of supporting project evaluation and project implementation. At this time, the discussion will focus on using logic models and theories of action to increase project focus, illuminate important project aspects, and increase overall project effectiveness. You may visit this public forum.