Millersville University (MU) is at the forefront of the STEM initiative in education. That was never more evident than when three MU videos were selected for the National Science Foundation (NSF) 2016 Video Showcase.
Now, Dr. Nanette Marcum-Dietrich, in collaboration with the Stroud Water Research Center and the Concord Consortium, created a video detailing the watershed project titled Teaching Environmental Sustainability with Model My Watershed. The video was selected for a Spotlight on Analyzing & Interpreting Data Across Stem Disciplines by The Community for Advancing Discovery Research in Education (CADRE) and featured in the October 2017 Newsletter.
CADRE is a network for STEM education researchers and is funded by the NSF’s Discovery Research K-12 Program. CADRE helps K-12 researchers share their methods, findings, results and products inside the research community and with the greater public.
To view the NSF TES-MMW video, visit http://stemforall2016.videohall.com/presentations/769.
To view the instructional page feature, Dr. Dietrich’s work, visit https://authoring.concord.org/activities/7514/single_page/60d8cfcc-dd27-41c8-b920-4c1bedcc72ca.