We collaborate with two school districts to provide learning opportunities for adults at all levels of the system for instructional improvement.
ISME creates partnerships to cultivate and study equity-focused educational models in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
A partnership with schools, families and community organizations to develop pathways and tools that recognize family expertise and support authentic engagement.
A cohort-based program that promotes academic success, civic engagement and leadership development for undergraduate males of color at the UW.
Great teaching can be learned. This web site provides a vision of ambitious science instruction for elementary, middle school and high school classrooms.
Knowledge in Action developed three entirely project-based AP courses (U.S. Government & Politics, Environmental Science and Physics).
This NSF-funded project is involved in the creation and study of a new exhibit at Iowa Children's Museum that uses skateboarding to teach physics.
Research with African-, European-, Mexican-, and Native American teens reveals their actions & emotions as they try to be the good people they want to be
The Haring Center, housing the Experimental Education Unit, conducts research and training to promote inclusive education and outcomes for young children.
The SMART Center is a research and technical assistance center focused on addressing the full range of student social, emotional and behavioral needs.