This project, led by the Center for Study of Mathematics Curriculum, is organizing and operating a series of working groups to examine challenges and opportunities for future innovations in STEM curricula, instruction, and instructional materials. The project is addressing three key questions that have been suggested by prospects for fundamental technology-driven change in the character of STEM education:
- How could STEM education look very different in the near and long-term future?
- What development and study of instructional materials, models, and technologies would be required to make those future visions possible?
- What design, development, and diffusion processes are most likely to produce new approaches to STEM education that are actually implemented in schools?