Our Legacy of Impactful Projects
At 七色视频, we take pride in our ongoing commitment to shaping the STEM education landscape through innovative projects and groundbreaking research. Delve into our archives to discover the stories, methodologies, and outcomes of these impactful projects. Even though they may no longer be actively running, the knowledge and insights gained from these initiatives continue to shape the future of STEM education.
This project is expanding and disseminating the Project AIM professional development program that is designed to help teachers recognize, analyze, and aspire to implement high quality discourse in the mathematics classroom.
A research project that learned from Spanish-speaking parents of pre-K children, about how they engage in and access the Aprendiendo Math Talk training via the use of videos and social media.
Extracting Salient Scenarios from Interaction Logs helps students understand the principles of complex systems by developing a new type of education technology to support their learning and participation in the multi-person immersive simulation.
Focus on Energy is an innovative approach for teaching and learning about energy in grades 4-5.
FRAME investigates strategies for enhancing the mathematics in museum-based making and tinkering activities and lays the foundation for a full research study on broadening family participation in mathematics through making.
Make Connections is a collaborative, multi-year effort to develop, evaluate, and nationally disseminate an English/Spanish math program for young children and their caregivers.
Researchers are studying the development of implicit computer skills through a 3D puzzle-based game called May鈥檚 Journey.
MSPnet.org was an online professional learning network created to serve NSF’s MSP (Math and Science Partnership) program. It facilitated the sharing of strategies, challenges, resources, and expertise within and across MSP projects.
This fellowship will result in two case studies that explore the persistence of Native American women in computing and technology higher education.
The STEM for All Collaboratory advanced educational research and development through the creation and facilitation of two related, interactive platforms – the STEM for All Video Showcase and the STEM for All Multiplex.