Action Research in the STEM Classroom**
Target Grade(s): K-12
STEM Educators conduct research in their educational setting to examine some aspect of teaching and learning in which they are interested. Participants design and enact action research by reviewing background literature, formulating research questions, designing a study, collecting data, completing a thorough analysis and reporting findings. Completion of this course earns participants a Research Distinction on the STEM Certificate. Opportunities for sharing research through presentations and/or publication are encouraged.
What can I expect from this course?
Participants attend 5 LIVE, online sessions in a user-friendly format, which include, but are not limited to the following topics:
Session 1: Introduction to Action Research
NGSS Science and Engineering Practices (8 of 8 addressed):
What other opportunities may I pursue?
Upon completing the Endeavor program you will be invited to participate in the Professional Learning Network. This is a great opportunity to stay in touch with STEM teachers across the country. Graduates also may present STEM work at conferences or among colleagues and education community stakeholders.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: