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View Resource Nelson Diversity Surveys

This site provides results of and information about our diversity surveys, which determined demographics of tenured / tenure track faculty at pertinent departments of the "top 50" universities, ranked by NSF (National Science Foundation) according to research expenditures in that discipline. These are the first published data, disaggregated by gender, by race, and by rank, on faculty at the top...

View Resource Modeling Across the Curriculum (MAC)

This project aims to demonstrate the effective use of technology to a student-centered, model-based approach to secondary science teaching. Using a variety of computer-based manipulable models and probeware, MAC teaches students how to create, refine, and apply mental models to improve their understanding of science. MAC evaluates student learning through embedded on-line assessments, as well as...

View Resource The Empirical Curriculum: Changes in Postsecondary Course-Taking, 1972-2000

The Empirical Curriculum is a descriptive account of the major features of change in student course-taking in postsecondary contexts between 1972 and 2000, with an emphasis on the period 1992-2000. To provide this account, it draws on three grade-cohort longitudinal studies that were designed and carried out by the National Center for Education Statistics, and within those studies, high school...

View Resource Armada Project

Opportunities for educators to participate in ocean, polar, and environmental science research and peer mentoring. Master Teachers join research expeditions, developing ways to apply scientific data, research methodologies, and technology in the classroom. Participants share outcomes by mentoring new teachers and presenting results to National Science Teachers Association Conventions. Competitive...

View Resource NOVA: scienceNOW

Since 2005, NOVA scienceNOW has produced programs for their website which are hour-long episodes that feature "four fast-paced, timely science and technology stories, including a profile piece on an intriguing personality in the field." There are so many areas of science to explore on the site that visitors will have a hard time choosing where to start. The "Interactives" tab in the middle of...

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