Speaker - Steve Schneider

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Dr. Schneider has been the Principal Investigator of numerous initiatives that include: the US Department of Education's (IES) National Center for Cognition and Math Instruction, the NSF Center for Assessment and Evaluation of Student Learning; the NAEP Technology and Engineering Literacy Framework and the NAEP Science Framework and Test Specification projects; the What Works Clearinghouse Science Curriculum submissions, multiple IES randomized control studies of STEM interventions; the evaluation of California's Statewide Mathematics Implementation Study and the California Accountability Study; and the development of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Science Teacher Assessment. He has over 35 years of STEM education experience, including K-12 pre-service teacher education, high school science teaching in biology, physics and oceanography, and professional development. He has published numerous articles on STEM education, professional development, and teacher preparation. Dr. Schneider serves on numerous advisory boards and review panels for IES, NIH, and NSF. He received his doctorate from Stanford University in the Design and Evaluation of Educational Programs with an emphasis in Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, a bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of California, Berkeley and holds a California science teaching credential.

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The Policy Horizon in STEM: From Barrier to Breakthrough?

10.10.11 | 01:00:30 min | 0 comments