Reaching New Audiences
Over the past year, Project 2061 has been invited to share its work with new audiences through articles in print and online publications. From textbook quality to science assessments, the articles have focused on important aspects of Project 2061’s efforts to improve science teaching and learning. Read the articles here:
- “Linking Textbooks to Science Learning” in the Spring 2010 issue of Better: Evidence Based Education, a publication from Johns Hopkins University School of Education's Center for Research and Reform in Education.
- “The Brain in Science Education: What Should Everyone Learn?” in the August 11, 2010, issue of Cerebrum, the online magazine of the Dana Foundation, a private philanthropic organization that supports brain research.
- “AAAS Project 2061: Developing Standards-Based Science Assessment Resources” in the Summer 2010 issue of the online newsletter of the Forum on Education of the American Physical Society.
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For more information about Project 2061 and its work, please contact:
Communications Director: Mary Koppal, (202) 326-6643