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NSTA Designates ANOVA Science Education’s RIP® ~ing Through STEM "Exemplary"

Selection was based on its highly successful impact on learning and instruction for Grades K-12, and student lifelong thinking and decision making empowerment.

This distinction is a result of many years of consistently solid data-based evidence generated from implementation of the RIP in schools.
— Robert Landsman, PHD
HONOLULU, HI, USA, April 30, 2014 / -- ANOVA Science Education Corporation (ANOVA Science, today announced that its "Research Investigation Process" (RIP®) STEM education model has been recognized with the distinction of "Exemplary Program in STEM Education" by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). “We are delighted that our 'RIP~ing Through STEM™' was selected by this highly respected STEM organization. This distinction is a result of many years of consistently solid data-based evidence generated from implementation of the RIP in schools,” stated ANOVA Science’s President Dr. Robert Landsman. “These data include an extensive conglomeration of externally- and internally-generated assessments and program evaluations focusing on student learning performance and teacher instructional practices, as well as both groups’ attitudes towards learning and teaching STEM content.”

The "RIP~ing Through STEM" scientific and engineering practices-based critical thinking education model and program for Grades kindergarten through 12 integrates the four STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) content areas in a rigorous instructional and learning paradigm; naturally incorporates the newest technologies available; and stimulates students’ interest, excitement, and the desire to learn. "RIP~ing Through STEM" is tightly aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and complements and supports the shift toward inquiry-based learning paradigms by the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

The scientific and engineering practices that compose the RIP make learning of STEM enjoyable for even the challenged student (Figure 1:, and students as young as kindergartners seem to learn standards-based STEM content better using this model than other instructional approaches (Figure 2: The "RIP~ing Through STEM" program also fosters teacher confidence in STEM instructional ability (Figure 3:

Examples of RIP model incorporation of STEM can be found as "Featured RIP Scientific Inquiries" at and in ANOVA Science’s recently published book, "Making Scientific Practices Matter in the Classroom ... and Beyond" (visit for extensive preview of the contents and a complimentary copy of the Foreword written by past NSTA President Dr. Robert E. Yager). Both feature personal journeys authored by teachers who put the RIP into action in their classrooms, resulting in success stories for both their students and themselves.

RIP and RIP~ing Through STEM are trademarks and service marks, and RIP is the registered trademark and registered service mark, of ANOVA Science Education Corporation, ANOVA Science Publishing, and Dr. Robert Landsman in the U.S. and/or other countries. ANOVA Science Education Corporation assists schools in implementing scientific research-based science education and STEM programs, providing students with critical thinking and decision-making tools for life-long learning skills that support economic growth and global competitiveness through high-quality, continuous, and data-driven teacher support in schools and classrooms throughout the U.S. As sole distributor of products and services associated with the "Research Investigation Process" (RIP®) inquiry-based science and "RIP~ing Through STEM ™" education program for K-12 schools, the contribution of ANOVA Science's vision toward the nation's movement for science education and STEM reform has been recognized and is well received by national and state education organizations. ANOVA Science's activities and services include professional development workshops, seminars, and projects; teacher coaching and mentoring; curriculum development addressing state and national STEM, science, and Common Core State Standards (CCSS); and publishing scientific inquiry/scientific and engineering practices K-12 education instructional materials available at and

Ev Rios
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