CRC Projects

The Center for Research on Classrooms (CRC) pursues the development of research activities and policy papers that are problem-focused and driven by research evidence. There are a number of ongoing projects within the CRC, focusing on a range of topics. Below is a list of ongoing and completed projects led by faculty researchers. Please click on the links for more information about each project.

  • Current Projects
    • Beginning Teacher Beliefs
    • Coping in Classroom
    • Peer Instruction
    • Policy Implications of High-Stakes Teacher Evaluation
    • Practices to Promote Wellbeing in an Alternative High School
  • Completed Projects
    • Algebra Ready Project
    • Culturally Responsive Teaching and Student Identity 

In addition to faculty-led projects, students have completed individual research projects that are aligned with CRC goals to bring research into a primary consideration as part of the debate in improving student learning in K-12 classrooms. To see a list of relevant research projects completed by students, please click on the following link:

  • Relevant Student Research