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Project Spotlight: Authentic art making as a vehicle for connecting to STEM learning and careers

STELAR had the opportunity to catch up with Susan Rodgerson of Artists For Humanity, Principal Investigator for the Authentic Art Making as a Vehicle for Connecting to STEM Learning and Careers project.

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Project Spotlight: Digital East St. Louis

Project Spotlight: Preparing Responsive Educators using Place-Based Authentic Research in Earth Systems (PREPARES)

On the Program for K-12: Computational Thinking

EDC’s Joyce Malyn-Smith discusses how technology can help all students extend their own thinking and solve complex problems.

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STELAR Insider: A look at the ITEST Management Information System (MIS)

The Management Information System (MIS) survey is distributed to ITEST projects annually every fall. This blog post was written about the 2015-2016 MIS, our eighth running of the MIS. In fall of 2019 we will collect information from projects on their 2018-2019 activities - our 11th year of ITEST project data collected!

What is the MIS, and why does STELAR ask projects to complete it? 

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Strong PI/Evaluator Partnerships: A "User's Guide"

This is a reposting of a blog originally published on Education Development Center, Inc.'s Learning and Teaching website.

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Project Spotlight: Innovation Institute

STELAR recently connected with Priya Mohabir, Director of the Alan J.

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Outstanding STEM Learning For All: New EDC Report Shares NSF Forum Findings

This is a reposting of a blog originally published on Education Development Center, Inc.'s Learning and Teaching website.

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Project Spotlight: CompuGirls Scale-up

STELAR recently caught up with Dr. Kimberly A. Scott, Associate Professor in the Women and Gender Studies Department and Founder/Executive Director of the Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology (CGEST) at Arizona State University.  Dr.

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Project Spotlight: Comprehensive Information Technology Education in Rural Appalachia (CITERA) and eTouchSciences

Building on the work of her ITEST project, Dr. Darrah has created eTouchSciences, a company that provides educational software utilizing haptic technology, which provides real-time tactile feedback to visually impaired students as they explore math and science lessons.

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