Project 2061

Project 2061

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  • Project 2061 Connections
    Project 2061 Connections is our electronic newsletter for the science, mathematics, and technology education community. Each issue offers an in-depth look at Project 2061's current research; what we are learning; and how our findings, tools, and resources can be applied to other efforts to advance...
  • Curriculum materials are a critical component of improving science and mathematics education, yet many materials fail to teach the most important concepts in an effective way. Consequently, Project 2061 is working to improve materials and help educators, curriculum developers, and publishers...
  • Assessment of academic performance is a major influence on the lives of children and on every level of the educational system. Aligning tests with the specific ideas and skills we expect students to learn is vital, but what does alignment really mean? With support from the National Science...
  • */ Make a Donation to Project 2061 Through the AAAS Flexible Action Fund, you can make a donation to support Project 2061 and its work on behalf of science education. The Flexible Action Fund generates private support for AAAS and its programs through a yearly campaign. For more information about...
  • Learning about chemical reactions is essential for advanced chemistry studies and, increasingly, to understand the chemistry of life itself. But test scores and other evidence show that many U.S. middle and high school students struggle to understand even basic chemical reactions such as oxidation...
  • Abell Institute mentors and students discuss the importance collaboration plays in helping young scholars engage the larger scientific community and strengthen their research. [AAAS/Carla Schaffer] Bahadir Namdar, a doctoral student in science education at the University of Georgia, has long had an...
  • Barbara Goldstein has been with Project 2061 since 1989. As a member of the communications department, she acts as administrative coordinator for the communications director and group and assumes additional program duties such as proofreading and editing as well as serving as the project...
  • Cari F. Herrmann Abell, Ph.D., joined AAAS Project 2061 in 2005 as a postdoctoral fellow for the Center for Curriculum Materials in Science and is currently a senior research associate contributing to the development of curriculum and assessment resources aligned to K-12 science learning goals. Her...