Mary suggested I check out this forum and it looks great! I also attended several very interesting sessions. I didn't attend the Moodle session you are referring too but I have used it myself. In my case I used it in a graduate class (I…"
There are a few folks who identify themselves as "researchers" here on MSP2. Would you be willing to share the type and focus of your research? Is it specific to STEM education and/or middle grades education?
This is a growing community that I hope you will find helpful and inviting.
Here are a few places that might be of interest as you explore the site:
1. The Math and Science Resource Guides are standards-based resources for middle grades educators. The guides are wiki pages, thereby allowing folks to contribute to the resources. Please feel free to participate here.
2. We've been facilitating Webinars over the past months and record them for review and use after the fact. There are resource pages attached here that you are also welcome to contribute to.
3. There are several Groups to help focus and direct conversation. We also see these as places to encourage more one-to-one connection between professionals.
Please feel free to jump in wherever you feel drawn. Post a comment, share ideas and resources, ask questions, engage in any of the discussions. Also feel free to let us know if there is anything particular you are interested in or looking for.
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