Assessing Learning Progressions (ALPs) is a National Science Foundation funded project aimed at helping researchers of learning progressions bridge the gap between the development of hypothetical learning progressions and the use of assessment to study and validate them.
The Interactions project aims to develop and test web-based instructional materials designed to support high school physical science students in developing an understanding of the forces and energy involved in atomic and molecular interactions. The year-long curriculum can be used in a physical science, chemistry or physics class.
The Investigating and Questioning our World through Science and Technology (IQWST; pronounced I-quest) project develops the next generation of middle school curricula designed to enable teachers with diverse knowledge and experiences to teach science effectively to students with a variety of backgrounds and strengths to meet important learning goals aligned with the Next Generation of Science Standards.
We are an organization of graduate students interested in pursuing DBER as it relates to the STEM disciplines. Our aim is to support the professional development of our members and develop skills for conducting and disseminating rigorous STEM education research. Our group provides a community o