IU School of Education researchers receive $2.49 million grant to study science education

Joshua Danish will lead a project aimed at improving the effectiveness of K-12 science instruction

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Joshua Danish, an associate professor in the Learning Sciences Program within the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology, will lead a project to help teachers recognize how best to engage students during science lessons and improve the effectiveness of K-12 science instruction. The project, called Teacher Cognition and Learning About Incorporating Science Representations in Elementary Classrooms, is a joint effort between IU and researchers from UCLA and is funded with a $2.49 million foundation grant.

Read more about the project here.