For students to excel in today’s global economy, they need the ability to apply problem-solving skills and critical thinking in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
For more than a decade, UD’s Mathematics & Science Education Resource Center (MSERC) has been a leader in providing state-of-the-art math and science education for Delaware’s K-12 teachers.
Our professional development programs have engaged elementary, middle school, and high school teachers in rethinking content, curriculum, and best practices, while our hands-on learning resources help students uncover the concepts of math in a fun and educational manner.
Through MSERC, teachers learn to implement new problem-based curricula with attention to:
- Strengthening the connections of K-12 teaching and learning to the new Common Core State Standards in Mathematics and the Next Generation Science Standards including creating STEMoments to form bridges between math and science instruction.
- Developing a more problem-centered pedagogy.
- Meeting the needs of diverse learners.
- Using formative assessments to uncover all that students know and are able to do.
To learn more about our programs, please:
Mathematics & Science Education Resource Center (MSERC)
College of Education and Human Development
200 Academy Street
Newark, Delaware 19716