Identifying what matters in student learning

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PETER WARDRIP (wardrip@wisc.edu) is assistant professor of STEAM Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
JEFFREY EVANCHO (evanchoj@qvsd.org) is Project Zero programming specialist at the Quaker Valley School District in Leetsville, Penn.
ANNIE MCNAMARA (anne.mcnamara10@gmail.com) is a research fellow at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Penn.

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