SciMath-DLL is a professional development model co-created with educators with funding from the National Science Foundation (see below). The model includes workshops, professional learning communities, and reflective coaching. Results of our evaluation are forthcoming.
Download a recent report by New America here that highlights our approach.
Our professional learning and development resources are evolving. We plan to build train-the-trainer versions of our resources, which we will launch during a Summer ECE STEM Institute in 2020.
Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge many of the wonderful folks who have contributed to our work over the years. Contributors include Rosemary Geiken, Carol Trivette, Daisy Tian, Kim Brenneman (former PI of SciMath-DLL project), Hebbah El-Moslimany, Ellen Frede, Judi Stevenson-García, Alex Figueras-Daniel, Daryl Greenfield, Margaret “Peggy” Freedson, Jennifer Jacobs, Jorie Quinn, Doug Clements, Kwanghee Jung, Jamie Price, and Judy Beavers. Educators from Passaic, Long Branch, Elizabeth, and Union City Public Schools in New Jersey participated in the program and contributed to its development. The SciMath-DLL model began and was substantially developed at the National Institute of Early Education Research - NIEER (www.nieer.org).
Work presented here is made possible by grants from the National Science Foundation (DRL-1019576 & DRL-1417040/DRL-1726082). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.