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Theme: Ed Change & Policy

Keywords: Public Engagement, Systemic Change, Mathematics, Science, Engineering, Technology, Equity, International/TIMSS, Standards, Evaluation, School Culture

There are 2168 Articles matching the keyword theme "Ed Change & Policy".

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4/23/19Direct and Unobtrusive Measures of Informal STEM Education OutcomesAlice C. Fu, Archana Kannan, Richard J. ShavelsonNew Directions for EvaluationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
4/23/19Evaluating Informal STEM Education: Issues and Challenges in ContextSue Allen, Karen PetermanNew Directions for EvaluationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
3/13/19Aspiring to Lead: Physics Teacher Leaders Influencing Science Education PolicyBecky Bundy, Julie Dahl, Seth Guiñals-Kupperman, Katie Martino, Jeff Hengesbach, John Metzler, Trey Smith, Nichole Spencer, Amanda Whitehurst, Rebecca VieyraThe Physics TeacherArticle2019
3/13/19Leadership Matters: Teachers' Roles in School Decision Making and School PerformanceRichard M. Ingersoll, Philip Sirinides, Patrick DoughertyAmerican EducatorArticle2018
3/13/19The Instructional Leadership Corps: Entrusting Professional Learning in the Hands of the ProfessionRachel A. Lotan, Dion Burns, Linda Darling-HammondLearning Policy InstituteReport2019
3/13/19The Power of Invitation: Teacher Leaders as Agents of ChangeBill Zoellick, Molly Meserve Auclair, Sarah L. KirnMaine Policy ReviewPeer-Reviewed Article2018
3/13/19Investing in Teachers’ Leadership Capacity: A Model from STEM EducationSusan R. McKay, Laura Millay, Erika Allison, Elizabeth Byerssmall, Michael C. Wittmann, Mickie Flores, Jim Fratini, Bob Kumpa, Cynthia Lambert, Eric A. Pandiscio, Michelle K. SmithMaine Policy ReviewPeer-Reviewed Article2018
3/13/19Teacher Leadership: Toward a New Conceptual FrameworkJill Harrison Berg, Bill ZoellickJournal of Professional Capital and CommunityPeer-Reviewed Article2018
2/27/19Effects of the Tennessee Prekindergarten Program on Children’s Achievement and Behavior Through Third gradeMark W. Lipsey, Dale C. Farran, Kelley DurkinEarly Childhood Research QuarterlyPeer-Reviewed Article2018
2/27/19The Current State of Scientific Knowledge on Pre-Kindergarten EffectsDeborah A. Phillips, Mark W. Lipsey, Kenneth A. Dodge, Ron Haskins, Daphna Bassok, Margaret R. Burchinal, Greg J. Duncan, Mark Dynarski, Katherine A. Magnuson, Christina WeilandThe Brookings InstitutionReport2017
2/27/19Will Public Pre-K Really Close Achievement Gaps? Gaps in Prekindergarten Quality Between Students and Across StatesRachel ValentinoAmerican Educational Research JournalPeer-Reviewed Article2017
2/27/19State Prekindergarten Effects on Early Learning at Kindergarten Entry: An Analysis of Eight State ProgramsW. Steven Barnett, Kwanghee Jung, Allison Friedman-Krauss, Ellen C. Frede, Milagros Nores, Jason T. Hustedt, Carollee Howes, Marijata Daniel-EcholsAERA OpenPeer-Reviewed Article2018
2/27/19Untangling the Evidence on Preschool Effectiveness: Insights for PolicymakersBeth Meloy, Madelyn Gardner, Linda Darling-HammondLearning Policy InstituteReport2019
2/13/19“Making Space”: How Novice Teachers Create Opportunities for Equitable Sense-Making in Elementary ScienceChrista Haverly, Angela Calabrese Barton, Christina V. Schwarz, Melissa BraatenJournal of Teacher EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2018
2/13/19Grappling with Racism as Foundational Practice of Science TeachingManali J. ShethScience EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
2/13/19Science Teacher Attitudes Towards English LearnersMargarita Huerta, Tiberio Garza, Julie K. Jackson, Manognya MurukutlTeaching and Teacher EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
2/13/19Formative Assessment of English Language Proficiency in the Science ClassroomOkhee Lee, Rita JanuszykScience and ChildrenDraft2018
1/09/19Report of the 2018 NSSME+Eric R. Banilower, P. Sean Smith, Kristen A. Malzahn, Courtney L. Plumley, Evelyn M. Gordon, Meredith L. HayesHorizon Research, Inc.Report2018
1/09/19Out of School and Into Stem: Supporting Girls of Color Through Culturally Relevant EnrichmentJemimah L. Young, Jamaal R. Young, Noelle A. PauflerJournal of Interdisciplinary Teacher LeadershipPeer-Reviewed Article2017
1/09/19Digital Youth Divas: Exploring Narrative-Driven Curriculum to Spark Middle School Girls’ Interest in Computational ActivitiesNichole Pinkard, Sheena Erete, Caitlin K. Martin, Maxine McKinney de RoystonJournal of the Learning SciencesPeer-Reviewed Article2017
1/09/19Black Women’s and Girls’ Persistence in the P–20 Mathematics Pipeline: Two Decades of Children, Youth, and Adult Education ResearchNicole M. Joseph, Meseret Hailu, Denise BostonReview of Research in EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2017
1/09/19Black Girls Speak STEM: Counterstories of Informal and Formal Learning ExperiencesNatalie S. King, Rose M. PringleJournal of Research in Science TeachingPeer-Reviewed Article2018
1/09/19How Do Middle School Girls of Color Develop STEM Identities? Middle School Girls’ Participation in Science Activities and Identification with STEM CareersHosun Kan, Angela Calabrese Barton, Edna Tan, Sandra D. Simpkins, Hyang‐yon Rhee, Chandler TurnerScience EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2018
1/02/19Social Justice and Out‐of‐School Science Learning: Exploring Equity in Science Television, Science Clubs and Maker SpacesEmily DawsonScience EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2017
1/02/19Accessible Making: Designing Makerspaces for AccessibilityKatherine M. Steele, Maya Cakmak, Brianna BlaserInternational Journal of Designs for LearningPeer-Reviewed Article2018
1/02/19Towards Critical Justice: Exploring Intersectionality in Community-based STEM-rich Making with Youth from Non-dominant CommunitiesEdna Tan, Angela Calabrese BartonEquity & Excellence in EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2018
1/02/19The Makerspace Movement: Sites of Possibilities for Equitable Opportunities to Engage Underrepresented Youth in STEMAngela Calabrese Barton, Edna Tan, Day GreenbergTeachers College RecordPeer-Reviewed Article2017
1/02/19Equity and the Maker Movement: Integrating Children’s Communities and Social Networks into MakingEdna Tan, Angela Calabrese Barton, Katie SchenkelScience and ChildrenPeer-Reviewed Article2018
12/11/18'Color Does Not Equal Consciousness': Educators of Color Learning to Enact a Sociopolitical ConsciousnessIesha Jackson, Michelle Knight-ManuelJournal of Teacher EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
12/11/18Exploring the Boundary-Heightening Experiences of Black Male Teachers: Lessons for Teacher Education ProgramsTravis J. Bristol, Ramon B. GoingsJournal of Teacher EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
12/11/18Lessons for Teacher Education: The Role of Critical Professional Development in Teacher of Color RetentionRita KohliJournal of Teacher EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
12/11/18The Paradox of Pedagogical Excellence Among Exemplary Black Women EducatorsMelanie M. AcostaJournal of Teacher EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
12/11/18Examining Grow Your Own Programs Across the Teacher Development Continuum: Mining Research on Teachers of Color and Nontraditional Educator PipelinesConra D. Gist, Margarita Bianco, Marvin LynnJournal of Teacher EducationPeer-Reviewed Article2019
12/11/18Diversifying the Teaching Profession: How to Recruit and Retain Teachers of ColorDesiree Carver-ThomasLearning Policy InstituteReport2018
11/27/18Designing NGSS-Aligned Curriculum MaterialsWilliam R. Penuel, Brian J. ReiserCommissioned for the National Academies of Sciences...Commissioned Paper2017
11/27/18Engineering Approaches to Problem Solving and Design in Secondary School Science: Teachers as Design CoachesŞenay PurzerCommissioned for the National Academies of Sciences...Commissioned Paper2017
11/27/18The Role of Interest and Motivation in Science Investigation and Engineering Design InstructionJoseph E MichaelisCommissioned for the National Academies of Sciences...Commissioned Paper2017
11/27/18A Summary of Inclusive Pedagogies for Science EducationFelicia Moore Mensah, Kristen LarsonCommissioned for the National Academies of Sciences...Commissioned Paper2017
11/27/18Data Use by Middle and Secondary Students in the Digital Age: A Status Report and Future ProspectsVictor R. Lee, Michelle H. WilkersonCommissioned for the National Academies of Sciences...Commissioned Paper2017
11/27/18The Nature of the Teacher’s Role in Supporting Student Investigations in Middle and High School Science Classrooms: Creating and Participating in a Community of PracticeMatthew KloserCommissioned for the National Academies of Sciences...Commissioned Paper2017
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