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Cambridge University Press по теме "Addressing Broader Impacts Through K–12 Outreach in Materials Education"

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  • Moskal Barbara M.; Kosbar Laura (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2011-04-01)
    Researchers worldwide recognize the importance of inspiring the next generation of scientists through outreach activities. U.S. researchers have additional motivation in that many funding agencies are now requiring ...
  • Reed-Rhoads Teri (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2011-04-01)
    Outreach efforts within the materials science community include learning goals or outcomes designed with the purpose of increasing awareness or interest in the field, improving the learning or achievement of subject matter, ...
  • Nucci Julie A.; Doherty Paul; Lung Linda; Singhota Nev (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2011-04-01)
    Education research strongly indicates that students make decisions in their mid- to late adolescence that impact the general direction of their careers, including choices about pursuing studies in science and mathematics. ...
  • Marshall Eric D. (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2011-04-01)
    As the complexity of global materials science challenges increases, so does the need for materials science and engineering literacy and career recruitment. Many funding agencies are addressing this by including requirements ...
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  • Zenner Petersen Greta M. (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2011-04-01)
    Educational outreach efforts for K–12 students, ages 5–18, are becoming increasingly visible, active, and pervasive in the materials science community as a result of funding agency requirements in the United States and ...
  • Polycarpou Irene (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2011-04-01)
    Most K–12 outreach programs worldwide within materials science and beyond rely on scientists visiting K–12 classrooms and assisting teachers with instruction and development of classroom materials, as well as developing ...