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Methodologies

A Methodologies for Teachers that will illustrate the framework of the STEAM project design methodology with active teaching methodologies.

Title Thematic Area Educational stage
STEM teacher agency: A case study of initiating and implementing curricular reform STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
Team-based instructional change in undergraduate STEM: characterizing effective faculty collaboration STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Sustainability and circular economy University Level
Teaching the teacher: Exploring STEM graduate students’ nature of science conceptions in a teaching methods course STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Students’ Difficulties University Level
Exploring the Values Undergraduate Students Attribute to Cross-disciplinary Skills Needed for the Workplace: an Analysis of Five STEM Disciplines STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level
Increasing Female Middle School Student Interest in STEM: Requirements for Game-Based Learning Applications STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Gender Inequality Secondary Level
"If you aren’t White, Asian or Indian, you aren’t an engineer”: racial microaggressions in STEM education Gender Inequality, Students’ Difficulties University Level
The Impact of Inclusive STEM High Schools on Student Outcomes: a Statewide Longitudinal Evaluation of Texas STEM Academies STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
Fundamental Issues Regarding the Nature of Technology Implications for STEM Education STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Sustainability and circular economy Secondary Level
Defining interdisciplinary collaboration based on high school teachers' beliefs and practices of STEM integration using a complex designed system STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
Life STEM A Case Study of Life Science Learning Through Engineering Design STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
Rubbing elbows with them: Building capacity in STEM through science and engineering fairs STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Students’ Difficulties Secondary Level, University Level
Which role models are effective for which students? A systematic review and four recommendations for maximizing the effectiveness of role models in STEM Gender Inequality, Students’ Difficulties Secondary Level, University Level
Title of the publication Design of a STEM Lecturer-training Programme Based on Competencies STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
Pathways of interest and participation: How STEM‐interested youth navigate a learning ecosystem STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
The STEM grading penalty: An alternative to the “leaky pipeline” hypothesis Gender Inequality, Definition and characteristics of STEAM University Level
Designing discipline-specific roles for interdisciplinary learning: two comparative cases in an afterschool STEM + L programme STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level
Using the social cognitive theory framework to chart gender differences in the developmental trajectory of STEM self-efficacy in science and engineering students STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Gender Inequality University Level
Creating inclusive classrooms by engaging STEM faculty in culturally responsive teaching workshops STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Gender Inequality University Level
Creating inclusive classrooms by engaging STEM faculty in culturally responsive teaching workshops STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Gender Inequality University Level
Instructional practices in reformed undergraduate STEM learning environments: a study of instructor and student behaviors in biology courses STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
A Theoretical Framework for Developing an Intercultural STEAM Program for Australian and Korean Students to Enhance Science Teaching and Learning STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level
Motivation, pedagogy, and gender: examining the multifaceted and dynamic situational responses of women and men in college STEM courses Gender Inequality University Level
S+ T+ M= E as a convergent model for the nature of STEM Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level, University Level
Understanding K-12 STEM Education: a Framework for Developing STEM literacy Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
Effects of infusing the engineering design process into STEM project-based learning to develop preservice technology teachers’ engineering design thinking STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level
Connected Learning in STEAM Classrooms: Opportunities for Engaging Youth in Science and Math Classrooms STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
Incremental Beliefs, STEM Efficacy and STEM Interest Among First-Year Undergraduate Students STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
Trends, Issues and Possibilities for an Interdisciplinary STEM Curriculum Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level, University Level
NGSS-based teacher professional development to implement engineering practices in STEM instruction STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level, University Level
Innovative professional development and community building activity program improves STEM URM graduate student experiences STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Students’ Difficulties University Level
Designing and implementing a STEM career maturity program for prospective counselors STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Definition and characteristics of STEAM University Level
Factors influencing participation of underrepresented students in STEM fields: matched mentors and mindsets Gender Inequality Secondary Level, University Level
The nature of STEM disciplines in the science education standards documents from the USA, Korea and Taiwan STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level, University Level
Understanding coherence and integration in integrated STEM curriculum STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level, University Level
Writing in the STEM classroom: Faculty conceptions of writing and its role in the undergraduate classroom Definition and characteristics of STEAM University Level
Modelling relationships among students’ inquiry-related learning activities, enjoyment of learning, and their intended choice of a future STEM career STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level
Initial implementation of active learning strategies in large, lecture STEM courses: Lessons learned from a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary STEM faculty development program STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
Exploring Young Children’s Understanding About the Concept of Volume Through Engineering Design in a STEM Activity: A Case Study STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Students’ Difficulties Secondary Level
Comparing Crosscutting Practices in STEM Disciplines Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level, University Level
What are we talking about when we talk about STEM education? A review of literature Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level, University Level
Gender and STEM background as predictors of college students’ competencies in forming research questions and designing experiments in inquiry activities STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Gender Inequality University Level
Exploring the Promises and Perils of Integrated STEM Through Disciplinary Practices and Epistemologies Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
College students’ perceptions of gender stereotypes: making connections to the underrepresentation of women in STEM fields Gender Inequality University Level
A framework for Implementing an Engineering-Focused STEM Curriculum Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
A framework for Epistemological Discussion of Integrated STEM Education Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level, University Level
“If We Don't Have Diversity, There's No Future to See”: High‐school students' perceptions of race and gender representation in STEM Gender Inequality, Students’ Difficulties Secondary Level
Competency Maps: an Effective Model to Integrate Professional Competencies Across a STEM Curriculum STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
Promoting and Managing Student-Student Interactions in Online STEM Classes STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
Quantifying fear of failure in STEM: modifying and evaluating the Performance Failure Appraisal Inventory (PFAI) for use with STEM undergraduates Students’ Difficulties University Level
Examining the effect of early STEM experiences as a form of STEM capital and identity capital on STEM identity: A gender study STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Gender Inequality University Level
STEMming the Flow: Supporting Females in STEM STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Gender Inequality Secondary Level, University Level
Inquiring into the Nature of STEM Problems, Implications for Pre-college Education STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
Evidence of STEM enactment effectiveness in Asian student learning outcomes STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level, University Level
The roles of social influences on student competence, relatedness, achievement, and retention in STEM STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Students’ Difficulties University Level
Interventions in education to prevent STEM pipeline leakage STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...), Students’ Difficulties Secondary Level, University Level
An Analysis of Cultural Influences on STEM Schools: Similarities and Differences Across K-12 Contexts Definition and characteristics of STEAM Secondary Level
STEM Performance and Supply: Assessing the Evidence for Education Policy Definition and characteristics of STEAM University Level
From quality to outcomes: a national study of afterschool STEM programming STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level
Gender parity in STEM higher education in India: a trend analysis Gender Inequality University Level
Using design thinking to cultivate the next generation of female STEAM thinkers STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level
The trouble with STEAM and why we use it anyway Definition and characteristics of STEAM University Level
How does STEM context-based learning work: what we know and what we still do not know STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
Motivational decline and recovery in higher education STEM courses STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) University Level
Teaching socio-scientific issues through integrated STEM education: an effective practical averment from Indonesian science lessons STEAM intervention (teaching strategies, evaluation...) Secondary Level
Reviewing assessment of student learning in interdisciplinary STEM education Definition and characteristics of STEAM University Level
Title Thematic Area Educational stage