The Center for STEM Learning will cease operation in May 2019

 

Guiding Values of CSTEM

Respect for the dignity and worth of all individuals;

Open-minded consideration of ideas, perspectives and beliefs that challenge our thinking;

Enthusiasm, discovery, innovation and critical thinking in the advancement of STEM literacy;

Professionalism, honesty and integrity in performance of our responsibilities;

Accountability for actions, resources, and relationships;

Transparency in decision-making processes that shape priorities and initiatives;

Collaboration and cooperation that promote STEM recruitment, learning, and workforce development

 

Mission

1) Promoting and improving K-12, undergraduate, and graduate STEM learning,

2) improving K-12 STEM teacher development, from recruitment and pre-service development to continuing professional development,

3) involving all citizens through informal STEM education and research outreach, and

4) developing and expanding innovative, interdisciplinary STEM education research​

 

 


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