Rigorous Research + Technology = Advancing STEM Ed

There’s a lot of education technology out there, but not a lot of research to tell educators what works and what doesn’t. Learn about three innovative, research-based technology products that have been rigorously evaluated and shown to improve student learning and literacy in STEM: KinderTEK, an iPad math program for Kindergarteners; ASSISTments, an online math homework intervention; and GlobalED 2, an online, multidisciplinary, problem-based learning simulation for middle school students.

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Learning Objectives

  1. Learn how educators can use technology to improve student learning in STEM in diverse settings
  2. Learn about the research findings from three rigorously evaluated technology products focused on STEM learning and literacy
  3. Learn about resources for finding research-based products and interventions that work to improve student learning

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Organizer

Christina Chhin, Program Officer, Institute of Education Sciences


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