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  1. Ellen Meier
  2. http://ctsc.tc.columbia.edu/about-us/
  3. Director, Center for Technology and School Change; Associate Professor of Practice, Dept. of Mathematics, Science & Technology; PI, STILE 2.0
  4. Presenter’s NSFRESOURCECENTERS
  5. Center for Technology and School Change - Teachers..., Teachers College, Columbia University
  1. Karen Kirsch Page
  2. http://ctsc.tc.columbia.edu/about-us/
  3. Coordinator of International Professional Development
  4. Presenter’s NSFRESOURCECENTERS
  5. Center for Technology and School Change - Teachers..., Teachers College, Columbia University
  1. Caron Mineo
  2. http://ctsc.tc.columbia.edu/about-us/
  3. Associate Director of Research
  4. Presenter’s NSFRESOURCECENTERS
  5. Center for Technology and School Change - Teachers..., Teachers College, Columbia University
  1. Jessica Yusaitis Pike
  2. http://ctsc.tc.columbia.edu/about-us/
  3. Research Associate
  4. Presenter’s NSFRESOURCECENTERS
  5. Center for Technology and School Change - Teachers..., Teachers College, Columbia University

STILE for STEM 2.0

NSF Awards: 1621387

2018 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades K-6, Grades 6-8, Adult learners

This video provides an overview of the Systemic Transformation of Inquiry Learning Environments for STEM (STILE 2.0) initiative funded by the National Science Foundation. STEM education presents a transdisciplinary challenge for today's schools and requires teachers to work in new ways with their students. The STILE project offers a bridge for teachers and leaders as they learn to design and implement rich, standards-based transdisciplinary projects in the classroom. Key outcomes of the project include an improved understanding of STILE implementation across various school audiences, a refined STILE approach that can be tested for efficacy at scale, and a suite of resources including video case studies to support ongoing STEM facilitation work. The overarching goal is to improve teacher capacity for developing authentic, STEM learning experiences for students.

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