The "Inquiry Hub" is a research-practice partnership brings together educational researchers, computer scientists, school district leaders, teachers, and students from Denver Public Schools, curriculum developers, interactive resource providers, and multiple publishers of STEM curricula to undertake a systemic approach to learner-centered teaching that promotes adaptability and responsiveness to the differing needs of diverse learners. The partnership integrates several prominent technology and curriculum innovations in mathematics and science, which are being deployed in iterative cycles of user-driven, design-based implementation research. The partnership is one of the longest-running partnership of its kind in the country, and it has received funding from multiple federal agencies and private foundations, including the National Science Foundation, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Spencer Foundation, and the Hewlett Foundation.
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