STEM curriculum through co-design and adaptation

Front: Jeff Miller, Tammy Sumner, and David Quigley. Rear: Heather Leary, Holly Devaul, Jenn Yacoubian, Patty Kincaid, Anne Westbrook, Sam Severance, Bill Penuel, Raymond Johnson

The Inquiry Hub partnership brings together people from Denver Public Schools, the University of Colorado Boulder, and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

Partners
Tammy Sumner and Sam Severance leading a curriculum design workshop

Since its beginning in 2008, Inquiry Hub has focused on digital curriculum design and solving persistent problems of practice in mathematics and science education.

Projects
David Quigley, Patty Kincaid, and Kevin Lindauer at a curriculum design workshop

Participants in Inquiry Hub are committed to a process of collaborative design. Stakeholders learn together as they improve the ways we create and implement curriculum and instruction.

Process
Bill Penuel presenting at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences

The design process used in Inquiry Hub generates tools and routines useful for teachers and school leaders, as well as research about partnerships and the design process.

Products