Articulated Technological Education Pathways project goal is to develop three high school level courses that address standards-driven technology concepts and skills and STEM career choices in biochemical technology, information and communications technology, and materials and manufacturing technology.
The goal of Bridges to Academic Success is to provide an intervention for newly-arrived adolescent immigrant students with limited native language literacy, to include those designated by the New York City Department of Education as Students with Interrupted Formal Education (SIFE).
The Development of a Self-Regulated Learning Online Prototype is a CUNY program designed to demonstrate how both instruction and assessment in developmental mathematics can be delivered online via the use of a self-regulated learning model.
Jumpstart Research is a quasi-experimental, pre/post mixed methods research project to study the impact of participating in Jumpstart on young adult "Corp Members."
The Mathematics Infusion into Science Project (MiSP) is an NSF project that developed, implemented, and researched an instructional model and prototypical materials that infuse mathematics into middle school science education.
The MSPinNYC2 project extends a program called the Peer Enabled Restructured Classroom (PERC), which restructures 9th grade STEM courses to have 7 or 8 Teaching Assistant Scholars facilitate group work on a daily basis.
The Multi-Campus SRL Program was a FIPSE supported project that used an enhanced formative assessment and self-regulated learning (EFA-SRL) model to improve the achievement students enrolled in developmental mathematics courses at several community colleges.
The project goal of the Role of Academic Momentum in Retention and Degree Completion
is testing how the academic momentum framework and early changes in this momentum affect the progress of low-income community-college students towards a degree, and to discover what other factors affect student progress.
The Self-Regulated Learning Program for CUNY Students was a CUNY supported project that assisted students from eight of the universities campuses who had failed developmental mathematics courses, most of them multiple times.
The Self-Regulated Learning Program for Mathematics Students was an IES supported project that employed a multi-step enhanced formative assessment program (EFAP) featuring a self-regulated learning (SRL) component.
Simulation and Modeling in Technology Education (SMTE) is a five-year project to develop and research the academic potential of a hybrid instructional model that infuses computer simulations, modeling, and educational gaming into middle school technology education programs.
Originally developed in Europe, the Virtual Enterprise (VE) is an experiential pedagogy that evolved in the United States to enable high school and college students to practice business skills in their classrooms by creating and running simulated businesses.