We’re combining a digital teacher collaborative environment with an existing digital problem-based mathematics curriculum for students to inform research and development about digital teacher and student collaborative environments.
The Concord Consortium and Michigan State University are developing and researching a digital curriculum platform to help middle school students deepen and make visible their understanding of mathematics through collaboration.
The Concord Consortium celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. This milestone occasion coincides with another notable event: ten years ago Chad Dorsey became only the second President and CEO in the organization’s history. He followed in the footsteps of our founder, Bob Tinker, who, like Chad, was a physicist.
To prepare students for the 21st century workforce, we must teach them to work effectively in teams, keeping in mind that team members may be in the same room or on different continents. Although working collaboratively is widely recognized as an effective and efficient way to use a company’s manpower, most classroom work continues to […]
Collaboration is a critically important skill in the 21st century STEM workforce. We’re using cutting-edge technology in new ways to support and measure collaboration.