Leveraging Authentic Data Across STEM Curricula
Webinar: September 17 at 3 PM ET
Join researchers and educators Randy Kochevar, Chad Dorsey, Suyen Machado, Margo Murphy, and Andee Rubin for a live discussion and Q&A about Leveraging Authentic Data Across STEM Curricula, in this upcoming webinar.
Read a related blog, watch a playlist of videos on this topic, explore resources, and join an online discussion at the STEM for All Multiplex.
#NSTAchat: September 24 at 8 PM ET
NSTA will be hosting a live Twitter chat on data in the science classroom. Join us to listen in or share your own experiences!
Spotlights on STEM Education Topics:
New Research and Resources
Analyzing & Interpreting Data
Sixteen NSF-funded projects share innovative curricula, tools, and information about building students' data skills.
Problem Solving in STEM Education
Learn about evidence-based approaches and resources to support and leverage problem solving in computer science, engineering, mathematics, and science.
In Case You Missed It
COVID-19 and Online Learning (Updated with New Resources!)
Access free online learning resources including activities, tools, and tips to support remote student learning and teacher development.
Presidential Awards for Excellence
in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) Announced
The 107 recipients of the PAEMST awards were announced in August. Find awardees by name or state. Congratulations to the teachers recognized!
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