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The Math and Science Partnership Network


MSPnet is an electronic community that serves NSF's MSP and STEM+C programs.
It welcomes all educators and researchers interested in improving Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

The majority of resources generated by NSF projects are available to the public at large and we invite you to visit our library, join MSPnet Academy webinars and sign-up for our newsletter. Members of funded MSP, CE21 and STEM+C projects are encouraged to log-in and make use of Project Spaces for collaboration.

New MSP Paper

Understanding Motivational Structures That Differentially Predict Engagement And Achievement In Middle School Science, Christine S. Lee, Kathryn N. Hayes, Jeffery Seitz, Rachelle DiStefano, Dawn O'Connor, SF Bay Integrated Middle School Science Project, International Journal of Science Education, February 2016.

NSF 2016 VIDEO SHOWCASE

Citizen Science Research: Improving Student Motivation, Engagement and Achievement through the iEvolve with STEM Project
This video outlines research projects in which students in grades 3-8 and their teachers are actively involved.

MSPnet LIBRARY

The MSP Library contains over 2,000 articles of interest to leaders engaged in science and mathematics reform Browse the Library

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Motivation Interventions In Education: A Meta-Analytic Review, Rory A. Lazowski, Chris S. Hulleman, Review of Educational Research. June 2016

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Even Einstein Struggled: Effects of Learning About Great Scientists’ Struggles on High School Students' Motivation to Learn Science, Xiaodong Lin-Siegler, Janet N. Ahn, et al., Journal of Educational Psychology. February 2016

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Creating Birds Of Similar Feathers: Leveraging Similarity To Improve Teacher-Student Relationships And Academic Achievement, Hunter Gehlbach, Maureen E. Brinkworth, et al., Journal of Educational Psychology. February 2016

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Mind-Set Interventions Are A Scalable Treatment For Academic Underachievement, David Paunesku, Gregory M. Walton, et al., Psychological Science. June 2015

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