Adam Maltese

Failure can be a critical step in learning well. That’s what associate professor Adam Maltese and visiting assistant professor Amber Simpson with the IU School of Education and Alice Anderson with the Science Museum of Minnesota will study with help from a National Science Foundation grant. The project, “Maker: Studying the Role of Failure in […]

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Google Inc. has awarded $150,000 to two Indiana University Bloomington researchers to support a study of how early experiences can trigger and maintain an interest in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Adam Maltese, associate professor of science education, and Kylie Peppler, associate professor of learning sciences, both in the School of […]

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A study led by an Indiana University School of Education faculty member in Bloomington finds little correlation between time spent on homework and better course grades for math and science students, but a positive relationship between homework time and performance on standardized tests. Adam Maltese, assistant professor of science education in the IU School of […]