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CTSC Evaluates i2 Learning at Boston STEM Week

The CTSC has published a report evaluating i2 Learning's participation in Boston STEM Week.

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Student Film Festival Celebrates STEM Learning in Brooklyn

In the 2014-2015 academic year, CTSC’s Alex Thomas facilitated project design workshops for 8th grade teachers and supported project implementation at a NYCDOE middle school in Brooklyn. This work was part of the third-year implementation of Center’s NSF-funded Systemic Transformation in Inquiry Learning Environments (STILE) program. One key goal of the STILE program is to prepare teachers as designers of authentic, standards-based learning experiences in and across the Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) disciplines.

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Dr Meier hosts free edX course for K-12 educators

Through a partnership with edX, Dr. Meier has presented Innovating Instruction: Reimagining Teaching with Technology, a free professional development MOOC on design-based approaches to technology integration for K-12 educators.

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CTSC at AERA 2017

Members of the CTSC presented at the AERA 2017 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.

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CTSC receives 2.7 million dollar grant to expand STILE program

CTSC is awarded a 2.7 million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation for STILE 2.0, a four-year project to prepare teachers and instructional leaders in urban schools to design and implement interdisciplinary STEM learning experiences for students.

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