November 1, 2013 in Research
Research at ATDP
As part of a major research university, ATDP is committed to gathering and sharing new knowledge that leads to growth and improvement in our understanding of how academically talented students learn and how they can be better served. Come here to learn more about how and why research is conducted at ATDP, what our latest research findings suggest, and how you can become involved in ATDP research.
Dr. Colleen Lewis has been teaching with us since 2009, and her goal each summer is not only to teach her students but to learn from them—her research at ATDP has yielded four publications that will help inform computer science teaching all over the world.
The study focuses on teens aged 17-18 and will continue though August 31st. Tell your friends! View original flyer here.
Interim Director Adena Young interviews ATDP Faculty Director and Talent Development Researcher Frank Worrell on his recent article in Psychological Science in the Public Interest.
Why does ATDP conduct research? What happens to the findings once ATDP research studies are completed? Learn about the different ways that ATDP researchers share their research findings with teachers, parents, researchers, and other educators.
Research has shown that successful math students use sophisticated thinking skills when they solve challenging math problems. These thinking skills, known as metacognition, include choosing how to solve problems based on
Every year, over 150 students enroll in an accelerated mathematics course at ATDP. These courses, which include Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-calculus, and AP Calculus, cover an entire school
As noted in the Director’s letter on the inside cover of the ATDP brochure, in addition to providing enrichment and acceleration classes, ATDP also engages in and facilitates research studies