DCL: NSF Convergence Accelerator Pilot (NSF C-Accel) aims to accelerate use-inspired convergence research in areas of national importance, and initiate convergence team-building capacity around exploratory, potentially high-risk proposals in three convergence topics (tracks). This DCL offers many opportunities for our education research communities and partners. For example, one of the tracks will fund tools to […]
Proposals are invited for papers for a special issue of the Journal of the Learning Sciences. Guest editors: Joe Curnow and A. Susan Jurow Scholars in the learning sciences are increasingly and more explicitly attending to questions about the political and ethical dimensions of our designs and scholarship. What is our work for? Whom does […]
The Educational Psychology and Mathematics Learning Lab at WPI seeks to hire a postdoctoral research scientist in Learning Analytics and Educational Data Mining (full time, 12 months, for up to 2 years) under the direction of Dr. Erin Ottmar in the Learning Sciences and Technologies Program. The postdoc would join an interdisciplinary team to work […]
Participate in the STEM Teacher Leadership Network Beta Test! The STEM Teacher Leadership Network prototype was funded by the National Science Foundation for STEM Teacher Leaders (and those involved in STEM Teacher Leadership Programs). A beta test is being conducted learn what is most useful on the site to Teacher Leaders and how it can […]
NSF’s STEM+Computing (STEM+C) program focuses on research and development of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches to the integration of computing within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teaching and learning for preK-12 students in both formal and informal settings. STEM+C supports research on how students learn to think computationally to solve interdisciplinary problems in the STEM […]
See the full Call for Participation and apply to attend by April 30 (deadline extended). Cyberlearning 2019 will provide opportunities to join colleagues with diverse expertise and perspectives to explore the tensions that arise as research teams expand the boundaries of learning, and explore learning in the context of working with technology. The meeting will […]
2-6 December, 2019, Kenting, Taiwan (see the ICCE 2019 Website) Call for Main Conference Papers (Full, Short, and Poster) In response to emerging research diversity, the 27th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE) 2019 will be a meta-conference, comprising of seven interrelated theme-based conferences. ICCE 2019 will be a conference for researchers in the […]
Sheena Vaidyanathan is the Computer Science Integration Specialist at the Los Altos School District in California.
Cyberlearning researchers and neuroscientists are beginning to explore new methods to understand connections between classroom practice, neuroscience, and educational neuroscience.
Growing Convergence Research (GCR) invite proposals for multi-disciplinary team research that crosses directorate or division boundaries and is currently not supported by NSF programs, initiatives and research-focused Big Ideas. See the solicitation. Proposals due May 8, 2019.