Interactive Technologies and STEM
Early-Grades Teaching and Learning
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Supporting Equity Through Co-Investigation: Sharing Student Videos

Watching videos of students solving math problems was a key part of partnership meetings during a research and practice collaboration in Auburn, Maine. The partners . . .
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Computer Science For All...Teachers

Computer Science (CS) For All initiatives are working to reshape the landscape of CS education to ensure all students can access meaningful CS learning.
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Research+Practice Partnerships: Fostering Equitable Collaboration

This tool describes strategies to foster mutual respect for the expertise of all partners and facilitate productive collaboration when researchers and practitioners . . .
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Mathematics in the Early Grades: Operations & Algebraic Thinking

This brief describes the concepts and skills involved in helping K-2 children demonstrate and expand their ability to understand, represent, and solve addition and . . .
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Tools for Educators: Interactive Technology Screen Recording Checklists for Students

Checklists created by a grade 2 teacher and her students help them make higher quality screen recordings of their thinking during mathematical problem solving. Students . . .
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R+P Voices: Maine Math Coach and Collaboratory Fellow

Math Coach and Collaboratory Fellow Lisa Coburn reflects on research + practice co-investigation in Auburn, Maine.
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Maine Grade 2 Teacher Flourishing in Research + Practice Context

Patricia Ann Maislen, a 2nd grade teacher in Auburn, Maine, shares her experience with the research + practice co-investigative model and the impact it's had on student learning.
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A Guide Map to Research-Practice Partnerships

The Interactive STEM team at EDC is a major partner in the NSF-funded Research + Practice Collaboratory. This R+P Collaboratory infographic maps a set of steps for . . .