Last updated February, 2001
"Powerful Ideas in Physical Science": a Model Course
Research papers on knowledge growth in undergraduate mathematics and science teacher education
The Role of Representations in Learning an Interdisciplinary Mathematics and Physics University Course
DRAFT of Frostburg Conceptual Framework Manifesto (36 Kbytes)
A Technology-Enhanced Distributed Learning Community for Teacher Preparation
On Constructivism (21 Kbytes)
A journey into Constructivism
Achieving Conceptual Change Through Interactive Computer Simulations
The Constructivist Zone
How we teach and how students learn - A mismatch?
Constructivist Teaching Strategies (48 Kbytes)
Education by Engagement and Construction (29 Kbytes)
External Factors Forcing Change on Education: How can they work for us?(20 Kbytes)
Constructivism, Technology, and the Future of Classroom Learning
Cognitive Flexibility, Constructivism, and Hypertext
Situated Cognition and the Culture of Learning
The Role of Online Communications in School: A National Study.
An Interpretation Construction Approach to Constructivist Design
Using Cognitive Tools in Interactive Multimedia
A Manifesto for a Constructivist Approach to Technology in Higher Education.
Grazing the Net:Raising a Generation of Free Range Students
Technology and Education: New Wine in New Bottles: Choosing Pasts and Imagining Educational Futures.
Applications and Misapplications of Cognitive Psychology to Mathematics Education.
A qualitative model for the storage of domain-specific knowledge and its implications for problem-solving
Cognitive aspects of learning and teaching science
Concept-based problem solving in physics
Classtalk: A Classroom Communication System for Active Learning
Establishing Project-Enhanced Classrooms Through Design
A case study of open-ended scientific inquiry in a technology supported classroom
Prospects for scientific visualization as an educational technology
Which way will the wind blow? Networked computer tools for studying the weather
Science Education as a Driver of Cyberspace Technology Development
New Tools for Teaching
The Learning Connection: Schools in the Information Age
What's Working in Education
Technology and the New Professional Teacher: Preparing for the 21st Century Classroom
Wired schools: It takes a village
Technology Counts: Schools and Reform in the Information Age
Teachers and Technology: Making the Connection
Using the World Wide Web to Build Learning Communities in K-12
Integrated Mathematics, Science, and Technology (IMaST) program
Constructivist Pedagogy Readings from Columbia's ILT
Constructivist Pedagogy Readings from the University of Colorado at Denver
ERIC Science and Math Education Online Publications
The School Improvement Research Series
Selected Procedures for Improving the Science Curriculum
Current Projects and Activities in K-12 Science Education Curriculum Development
Sources of Information about Promising and Exemplary Programs and Materials for Elementary School Science
Systemic Education Reform.
Professional Teacher Development and the Reform Agenda
Emerging Student Assessment Systems for School Reform.
The Field of Educational Technology: Update 1995--A Dozen Frequently Asked Questions.
Infusing Technology into Preservice Teacher Education.
Life and Work in a Technological Society.
Redesigning Higher Education. Producing Dramatic Gains in Student Learning.
Student Learning Outside the Classroom: Transcending Artificial Boundaries.
Computer Skills for Information Problem-Solving: Learning and Teaching Technology in Context.
HELPING YOUR CHILD LEARN SCIENCE
HELPING YOUR CHILD LEARN MATH
NARST Research Matters - to the Science Teacher