Should professors continue to use traditional lectures in undergraduate STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) classrooms?
What happens when science pedagogy goes to business school?
Citizen science and concerns about sustainability can catalyze much-needed synergy between environmental education and science education.
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Automated guidance on essays and drawings can improve learning in precollege and college courses.
An essential component of a successful undergraduate research experience is project ownership.
Strategic investments and coordination are needed for citizen science to reach its full potential.
As funding for research grants becomes more competitive, the pressure to publish in top journals increases and may lead to an increase in ethical lapses.
As science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) instruction begins to shift to a more active approach, how do we best collect and analyze data on how teachers and students spend their classroom time?
Support for nontraditional students, team-based quality control, and assessment design are critical.
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