PhD, Learning Sciences, Northwestern University, 1995
Steven McGee (PhD 1995, Learning Sciences, Northwestern; BS 1988, Human Development and Social Policy, Northwestern) is a Research Associate Professor of Learning Sciences in the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University. McGee's areas of research are science education reform, teacher leadership, assessment and educational technology. He currently serves as the director of the NU Leadership Academy for School Improvement, which provides teacher leadership support for Chicago elementary and high school science teachers involved in curriculum reform projects. McGee is an active faculty member in the design and implementation of the new masters in teacher leadership program at Northwestern. He is the former director of the Meaningful Science Consortium, which facilitated transformation of high school science departments in Chicago through project-based curricula, professional development, coaching, and aligned assessments.
Monarchs and the Critical Zone: A new spin on the study of butterflies. Cook, K., Augustinsky, M., Dye, A., Flowers, J., and McGee, S. (2016): The Earth Scientist XXXII, no. 3 (Fall 2016): 4–6 Cross-CZO National
Special issue of The Earth Scientist about the Critical Zone and the US NSF Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) program. CZO Education/Outreach team (2016): The Earth Scientist, Volume XXXII, Issue 3, Fall 2016 Cross-CZO National
Drought in the Critical Zone: Engaging Students in Authentic Inquiry Through Data Jam. McGee, S., and Rodríguez Báez, N. (2016): The Earth Scientist XXXII, no. 3 (Fall 2016): 19–21 Cross-CZO National
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