Author: cegchristine

Program evaluation in STEM education

CEG to Evaluate Second Season of NOVA’s “Making Stuff” Television Series and Related Resources

CEG will evaluate the impact of the second season of NOVA’s “Making Stuff” series, “Making More Stuff.” The evaluation will explore the impact of the TV series itself, in addition to web-based quizzes, teacher resources, outreach materials, and Science Cafe resources. More information about the first season of the series is available here. Originally posted on…
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Christine’s Latest Article on Out-of-School Time Learning

This paper describes best practices gleaned from the experience of seven PBS TV programs and their distribution of STEM resources for use in out-of-school time settings like clubs, libraries and afterschool programs (article starts on page 27 of the journal). Originally posted on April 8, 2013

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CEG Partners with AIR to Evaluate MA Curriculum Frameworks

CEG will serve as a subcontractor to American Institutes for Research (AIR) in its evaluation of the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks for English Language Arts and Math. More information about the Frameworks is available here. Originally posted on April 4, 2013

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Evaluation of Curious George

In 2012, CEG conducted an evaluation of Curious George. The report summarizes the educational impact of the TV episodes and books on children and parents. Click below to watch a short video about the study. Originally posted on December 7, 2012

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