Since 2015, math and science educators from throughout California have been working together in subject matter communities of practice to ensure high-quality instruction and advance equitable outcomes.
Putting Science Instruction at the Center of Re-engagement: An Interview with the Lawrence Hall of Science's Ardice Hartry
To explore how science education can help re-engage students and rebuild strong cultures of collaboration and inquiry in schools, we sat down with Ardice Hartry of the Lawrence Hall of Science.
What Can the Scramble to Get Classrooms Online During COVID Teach Us About Better Professional Learning?
Despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic, some educators report improved collaboration and positive shifts in their approach to teaching and learning.
Karon Klipple, Executive Director of the Carnegie Math Pathways, shares what's been most impactful and where further work is needed in the math pathways movement.
A community college instructor shares how addressing the non-cognitive aspects of learning can contribute to a supportive environment that reduces students' math anxiety and brings out their strengths.
Discover how a dedicated team of REL West researchers and Utah educators are working on mining and getting teachers to adopt promising math practices.
The recently completed Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Early Implementers Initiative built districts’ capacity to implement the NGSS in grades K–8 and make science a core subject.
Learn how teams in Los Angeles County are collaborating to build teacher capacity to create and use performance assessment as part of the teaching and learning process.
Spotlight: A Roundup of WestEd's 2020 Resources Designed to Support Educators During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Check out this selection of resources created in response to changes prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These publications and webinars cover diverse topics of interest to educators at all levels.
The award honors Cerwin’s contribution to science education, her leadership and service, and her positive impact on the quality of science teaching.