The development of high-quality materials to support the delivery of curricula and promote educational change is critical to the goals of the ATE program. This issue-oriented paper was written to provide a framework for the development of high-quality curriculum materials that can serve as a guide for those who are considering developing a proposal to the ATE program, and to guide NSF in the review of proposals and evaluation of funded projects and centers.
This report addresses nine issues of interest to ATE program stakeholders: Collaboration, dissemination, materials development, professional development, program improvement, advisory committees, evaluation, recruitment and retention,and sustainability.
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Category: ATE Research & Evaluation
Author(s): Arlen Gullickson, Frances Lawrenz, Gloria Rogers, Gloria Tressler, Karen Powe, Lester Reed, Norman Gold, Thomas Owens, Wayne Welch