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      1. Video - Theories of Action for STEM Education: The Role of the National Science Foundation Investments in STEM Learning and Higher Education 2.58

        Resources – Conference Videos

        2 Nov 2011

        • Joan Ferrini-Mundy

        What is the most strategic approach for a federal funding agency in shaping investment programs to improve STEM teaching and learning? NSF's Directorate for Education and Human Resources is focused increasingly on its role within the Foundation and in coordination with other agencies in supporting a coherent research and development base for the improvement of STEM learning at all levels and for …

         

      2. Video from Panel of University Leaders: How to Lead and Facilitate Institutional Change 2.58

        Resources – Conference Videos

        29 Nov 2011

        • Dale Whittaker
        • Daniel Hastings
        • Moses Lee
        • Michael McManus
        • Robert McMaster
        • John Squires

        Panel Moderator: A. Dale Whittaker, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Purdue University Panel Members: Daniel Hastings, Dean for Undergraduate Education, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Moses Lee, Dean of Natural and Applied Sciences, Hope College, Michigan Michael McManus, Dean of Academic Programs, University of Queensland, Australia Robert McMaster, Vice Provost and Dean f…

         

      3. Video - A Scientific Approach to Science and Engineering Education 1.2

        Resources – Conference Videos

        16 Jan 2013

        • Carl Wieman

        Guided by experimental tests of theory and practice, science has advanced rapidly in the past 500 years. Guided primarily by tradition and dogma, science education meanwhile has remained largely medieval. Research on how people learn is now revealing how many teachers badly misinterpret what students are thinking and learning from traditional science classes and exams. However, research is also pr…

         

      4. Video - Improving Postsecondary STEM Education Based on Research Evidence 1.2

        Resources – Conference Videos

        9 Nov 2011

        • Martin Storksdieck

        In contrast to K-12 education, US higher education is often seen as reasonably effective and successful. This is certainly true for a rather small number of selective universities that are able to attract excellent students and faculty, and have the financial means to provide rich learning environments. However, it could be argued that many institutions of higher learning in the US, whether these…

         

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