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.
Students should engage in practices that are essential for learning STEM through both inquiry and design. This comprehensive project assists teachers in preparing diverse students for careers in STEM by engaging them in exciting, inquiry-based science activities.
InSPECT is integrating novel technologies and computational thinking practices into curricular activities that allow high school students to undertake authentic and independent science investigations in biology.
InquirySpace gives students tools, guidance, and ideas that greatly expand the range and sophistication of meaningful open-ended science investigations.