SRI Education and faculty from the University of North Alabama (UNA) used design-based implementation research to iteratively revise and refine the design and implementation of the Collaborative Partnership to Teach Mathematical Reasoning through Computer Programming (CPR2). CPR2 is built on UNA’s years of experience providing middle and high school math and computer science teachers with professional development on how to use Python programming for teaching mathematical generalization. Through an intensive, 2-week summer institute and lesson plans using a four-step Instructional model, middle and high school teachers learned how to directly deliver CPR2-aligned lessons to help students learn mathematical generalization through novice Python programming.
Education and learning
A leader in education research explores how policies and programs shape young children and children with disabilities.
The research seeks to ensure all children receive a high-quality education.
Researchers at SRI International developed an AI-powered YouTube filter that finds educational videos for kindergarten and prekindergarten children, including math videos and reading videos.
SRI Education is conducting a study to better understand how video recordings can support measurement of high-quality instruction in preschool classrooms.
Texting information, tips, and activities to parents can help promote behaviors beneficial for childhood development.
SRI’s REL Appalachia partners with schools and districts to ensure that families and teachers have the resources and knowledge they need to support students.
SRI evaluation shows the UC Irvine Writing Project’s Pathway to Academic Success project improves academic writing for secondary students through teacher professional development.
Researchers review freely available and adaptable teaching and learning resources for K-8 education curriculum and professional learning.