Interactive Technologies and STEM
Early-Grades Teaching and Learning

New STEM Journal Publishes Article from Interactive STEM Team Members

Interactive STEM team members Josephine Louie, Pam Buffington, and Jennifer Stiles were recently published in Connected Science Learning, an online journal from the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) focused on STEM experiences that connect in- and out-of-school settings. Read “A Screencasting Strategy to Support STEM Learning in the Early Grades” to learn more about how the research-practice partnership has used a collaborative approach to address low mathematics achievement in early elementary students in a Maine school district with a one-to-one digital device initiative.