The EiE project uses multiple cycles of research, development, testing, and improvement to create world-class educational materials. All of our curriculum products and professional development workshops are rigorously evaluated before release.
Our research contributes to the fields of STEM education and learning sciences. We investigate the following:
- student understanding of STEM topics
- student attitudes toward science and engineering (especially underrepresented students)
- teacher understanding of/attitudes toward STEM fields
In 2012, we began a large-scale efficacy study of the EiE curriculum. This work is funded by the National Science Foundation and will be completed in 2016.
Take a look at our Research Highlights for a quick overview of EiE research and evaluation results. Explore EiE’s research in more depth by reading the Executive Summary, or go to Articles and Publications for full-length research articles, reports to funders, conference papers, journal articles, and position papers. In addition to EiE publications, you’ll find reports by our external evaluators along with research on EiE by other organizations.
Take a moment to watch one of our EiE Spolight videos about our research. Visit our Resources page for more videos and other useful resources.