About iDiscovery

iDiscovery started in 2002 as a collaborative effort of The Discovery Center for Evaluation, Research, & Professional Learning and Project Dragonfly at Miami University.

iDiscovery provides academic year support for district-based professional development initiatives as well as follow-on support for a wide range of initiatives including:

  • Inquiry in Mathematics and Science Instruction
  • Science in Ohio through Aerospace Resources (Project SOAR)
  • Discovery (Inquiry/Problem-Solving-Based Learning)
  • Improving Mathematics Practices and Classroom Teaching, Fellows (IMPACT 1)
  • Improving Mathematics Practices and Classroom Teaching, Colleagues (IMPACT 2)
  • Physical Science by Inquiry
  • Investigations in Number, Data, and Space (INVESTIGATIONS)
  • Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP)
  • Data Informed Instruction
  • Ohio Resource Center for Mathematics, Science, and Reading (ORC)
  • STEM initiatives statewide
  • Implementing Ohio’s New Learning Standards for Science and Mathematics
  • Using Technology to Enhance Science and Mathematics Instruction
  • Inquiry in High School Sciences
  • Integrated Mathematics and Science Instruction
  • DCF Mathematics
  • Project-based Learning
  • Operation Physics

Contacts:

Chris Myers
Director Project Dragonfly/Earth Expeditions
chrism@miamioh.edu

Jamie Bercaw Anzano
Director of Communications & Research,
Project Dragonfly/Earth Expeditions
bercawj@miamioh.edu