SERP Institute (Strategic Education Research Partnership) | Assistant Director, SERP; Site Director, SERP-MSAN Field Site | San Francisco CA
I convene diverse collaborations that involve leading educational researchers, scientists, district leaders, principals, teachers, students, and designers so that we rally around a common 'problem of practice' in STEM education and work together in bringing the varied expertise to the table in solving the problem.
Anywhere I see children learning about STEM. This can be in or outside of the classroom.
I want to see a closer collaborations between schools/school districts with the wealth of STEM resources available at large to promote scalable and sustainable improvement in STEM K-16 school system.
Juliana Pare-Blagoev is the Assistant Director of the SERP Institute and Site Director for the SERP-MSAN Field Site for Strategic Education Research Partnership (SERP). She has a long standing interest in effectively integrating educationally relevant research and educational practice. Before joining SERP, her primary research focus was on skill and language learning using a combination of brain and behavioral methodologies. This work was conducted with the explicit intent of hastening the translation of neuroimaging findings into results that are useful and testable in a classroom environment. Complementing her work at SERP, she is a founding Board Member of the International Mind Brain and Education Society whose mission it is to facilitate cross-cultural collaboration in all fields that are relevant to connecting mind, brain, and education in research, theory, and/or practice. Juliana received her doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.