Learning in Places: Field Based Science in Early Childhood Education

Project: Research project

Project Details


As part of our subcontract, Dr. Bang and the research scientist will perform the following tasks.

Dr. Megan Bang’s responsibilities:
• Dr. Bang will lead and manage all aspects of the project with Carrie Tzou.
• She will participate in weekly project management meetings, design meetings, and research meetings.
• She will attend design summits as able including major design summits with teachers.
• She will help to design accompanying studies including developing analytical processes and coding schemes.
• Dr. Bang will aid in disseminating the research through co-authoring publications and presentations.
• She will attend summer design summits as able.
• She will attend weekly PI meetings.

Research Scientists
• The research assistant participating in this project will primarily suport curriicular design, professiona development design.
• In addition the research scientists will take a lead role in manage and data analysis across all data sets.
• The research scientists will manage and faciltiate weekly research meetings and design meetings and support coordiantion across sites.
• The research scientist will attend the weekly PI meetings as well as other team meetings.
• The research assistant may also be invovled in dissemination of the work through support to the development of publications and presentations.
Effective start/end date9/1/186/30/21


  • University of Washington (UWSC11018//DRL-1720578 AM 004)
  • National Science Foundation (UWSC11018//DRL-1720578 AM 004)


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