Investigating the Cascading, Long Term Effects of Informal Science Education Experiences Report

October 22nd, 2018 | RESEARCH

A group of 12 researchers gathered at MSI to discuss issues surrounding the critical but challenging area of how to measure the long-term effects or impacts of ISE experiences, chaired by Dr. John Falk, Oregon State University and Institute for Learning Innovation, and hosted by Aaron Price, Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago, (MSI) on July 18, 2018. All the invitees had expertise and experience in this area, resulting in a rich conversation based equally in theory and practice. The goal of the discussion was to build on the collective experience of the group to identify and address key challenges in this area of research and to propose potential solutions for advancing the field. This whitepaper provides a summary of those deliberations.

Document

181022_LongTermEffectsReport.pdf

Team Members

John H Falk, Author, Oregon State University
Judith Koke, Author, Institute for Learning Innovation
Aaron Price, Author, Museum of Science and Industry Chicago
Scott Pattison, Author, Institute for Learning Innovation

Funders

Funding Source: NSF
Funding Program: AISL
Award Number: 1515550

Related URLs

Using Big Data and Visual Analytics to Investigate the Long-term, Cascading Effects of Informal STEM Learning

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Audience: General Public | Museum | ISE Professionals
Discipline: Computing and information science | Education and learning science | General STEM | Social science and psychology
Resource Type: Reference Materials | Report
Environment Type: Conferences | Professional Development | Conferences | Networks

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This material is supported by National Science Foundation award DRL-2229061, with previous support under DRL-1612739, DRL-1842633, DRL-1212803, and DRL-0638981. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations contained within InformalScience.org are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of NSF.

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