Through work with IMSA students, staff and faculty, and our partnerships with preeminent scientific and educational institutions, we are able to unite the best knowledge of how people learn with input from the greatest minds in mathematics, science and technology. All this helps to make Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy® a leader and exemplar in mathematics and science teaching and learning; we focus on enabling learners to acquire, generate, and use knowledge for the world.
But if all of this knowledge that we are acquiring about teaching and learning mathematics and science was not shared throughout Illinois and beyond, IMSA would not be satisfying its promise nor its possibilities for all teachers and students of our state. That is why Professional Field Services exists—to share instructional models and mathematics and science programs that inspire teachers and students and have practical applications for Illinois classrooms.
High Poverty Families + Low Performing Schools Add up to Zero for Students, Raymond J. Dagenais
Regulation of thyroid hormone-induced development in vivo by thyroid hormone transporters and cytosolic binding proteins, Jinyoung Choi, Christine L. Moskalik, Allison Ng, Stephen F. Matter, and Daniel R. Buchholz
Scientists in the Classroom, Kent Schielke, Kathy Schmidt, and Judith A. Scheppler
Thailand Ties, Raymond J. Dagenais
When is it Time for Science?, Raymond J. Dagenais
Managing Scarce Resources in Training Projects, Richard D. Busby and James J. Goldsmith
The Emeritus Teacher, Raymond J. Dagenais, Betty E. Steffy, and Billie J. Enz
What Does Problem-Based Learning Look Like in Classrooms?, Linda Torp and Sara Sage
Experiential Learning at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, Michelle Kolar, Dora Phillips, and Christopher G. Kolar
Field Trip Partnerships: Student-to-Student Mentoring, Aziza Darwish and Robyn Lee-Diaz
IMSA© FUSION: Preparing Students for Future Scientific Expertise, Michelle Kolar, Dora Phillips, Elizabeth Martinez, and Laurie S. Sutherland