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4. Workshop Recommendations
Pages 27-32

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From page 27...
... The interim committee should coordinate initial activities and generate a detailed plan, pursue the resources necessary to carry out the initial activities and plans, and identify a permanent organizational champion to carry out the long-term plans. The interim committee should be sponsored by one or more organizations that have significant influence on STEM education (e.g., NAE, National Academy of Sciences, NSF, and National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
From page 28...
... and implement the strategy. The precursor committee should be appointed by a national STEM organization, such as the National Academy of Engineering, National Academy of Sciences, National Science Foundation or National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
From page 29...
... This would include the establishment and oversight of multiple communities and a national laboratory that supports research and development objectives for the advancement of TT-enabled resources and practices. The organizational champion should be a national organization such as National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S.
From page 30...
... A national laboratory would provide a real context and an open environment to pilot, test, and evaluate TT-enabled resources for STEM educational purposes. A sustained, highly visible laboratory would establish an infrastructure that supports community exploration of diverse components and processes of the TT-enabled educational experience.
From page 31...
... Initial activities would be focused on current projects and available tools, but, as the laboratory informs and catalyzes developers, vendors, and adopters, it would become a spawning ground for new tools and new investigators. By combining advanced anthropological, psychological, and sociological research with other research strands in TT-based STEM education, the national laboratory effort, implemented in a distributed mode} format (e.g., located across diverse institutional types)
From page 32...
... Details of the research agenda should be generated through follow-on workshops and funded by agencies involved in the advancement of research on STEM education (e.g., National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Education, and leading private foundations)

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