STEM Smart Briefings

STEM Smart briefings provide K–12 teachers with the support and content needed to have an evidence-based conversation with school administration or other policy leaders regarding science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) success. Each two- to three–page brief is formatted to highlight a STEM challenge or Problem, outline key Research or Promising Practices relating to the issue as indicated in the National Research Council (NRC) reports Successful K–12 STEM Education and Monitoring Progress Toward Successful K–12 STEM Education, and offer Recommendations or next steps for teachers. Topics address Connecting Informal and Formal STEM Education; Raising the Bar: Increasing STEM Achievement for All Students; Nurturing STEM Skills in Young Learners, PreK–3; Preparing Students for College and Careers in STEM; Teaching and Learning Under the Next Generation Science Standards; and other challenges.

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