Communities of Transformation and their Work Scaling STEM Reform
Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- Section 1: Background and Overview of Project
- Section 2: Framing: Social Network and Communities of Practice
- Section 3: Overview of Methods
- Section 4: What are these Entities? Communities of Transformation
- Section 5: Outcomes and Benefits from Participation
- Section 6: Design for Engagement & Outcomes
- Section 7: Formation and Lifecycle of Communities of Transformation
- Section 8: Common Challenges in Evolution
- Section 9: Expansion Strategies: More on the Maturing Phase
- Section 10: Sustainability Model: Understanding the Stewardship Phase
- Section 11: Future Considerations for STEM Reform Communities of Transformation
- Section 12: Areas for Further Research
- Section 13: Conclusions
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