: Overview: Centers for Learning and Teaching (CLT)

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Centers for Learning and Teaching (CLT)

The Centers for Learning and Teaching (CLT) program focuses on the advanced preparation of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) educators, as well as the establishment of meaningful partnerships among education stakeholders, especially Ph.D. granting institutions, school systems, and informal education performers. Its goals are to renew and diversify the cadre of leaders in STEM education; to increase the number of K-16 educators capable of delivering high-quality STEM instruction and assessment; and to conduct research into STEM education issues of national import (e.g., the nature of learning, teaching strategies, and reform policies and outcomes).

Click below to see evaluation plans, instruments, and reports for the Centers for Learning and Teaching projects in the OERL library that were selected to represent sound practices in the field.

A complete list of contributors and their contact information is available.

Funding Sources

  • Center for Learning and Teaching (NSF:DRL)

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