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SucceSSful K–12 STeM educaTion APPENDIx Background Papers Prepared for May 2011 Workshop Engineering for Effectiveness in Mathematics Education: Intervention at the Instructional Core Jere Confrey with Alan Maloney Effective STEM Strategies for Diverse and Underserved Learners Okhee Lee Building on Learner Thinking: A Framework for Improving Learning and Assessment Jim Minstrell with Ruth Anderson and Min Li Mathematics Learning and Diverse Students Na’ilah Suad Nasir with N. Shah, Jose Gutierrez, Kim Seashore, Nicole Louie, and Evra Baldinger STEM Reform: Which Way to Go? William H. Schmidt Delivering STEM Education Through Career and Technical Education Schools and Programs James R. Stone, III Successful Education in the STEM Disciplines: An Examination of Selective Specialized Science Mathematics and Technology-Focused High Schools Rena F. Subotnik and Robert H. Tai Effective STEM Teacher Preparation, Induction, and Professional Development Suzanne Wilson Inclusive STEM Schools: Early Promise in Texas and Unanswered Questions Viki M. Young with Ann House, Haiwen Wang, Corinne Singleton, and Kristin Klopfenstein 29

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