Adam Maltese

Professor; Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Chair for Teacher Education

Center for Research on Learning and Technology; Curriculum and Instruction; Learning, Design, and Adult Education
Academic Programs:
Learning Sciences; Science Education; Secondary Education
Research Areas:
STEM Education, Making in education
ED 3054
(812) 856-8059
Curriculum Vitae

About Me

My current research involves collection and analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data regarding student experiences, performance and engagement in science education from elementary school through graduate school.

I currently teach courses in secondary science methods and graduate seminars at the School of Education around making and the development of interest in STEM education. In addition, I lead a seminar for doctoral students in STEM fields who plan to pursue academic careers and are interested in improving their teaching practices based on research.

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