To avoid system errors, if Chrome is your preferred browser, please update to the latest version of Chrome (81 or higher) or use an alternative browser.
Click here to login if you're an NAE Member
Recover Your Account Information
David Crismond is an Associate Professor at the City College of New York’s School of Education, and has a courtesy appointment with the Grove School School of Engineering. He earned a MS from MIT’s ME department, an Ed.D from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, and with NSF funding, has developed design-based STEM curriculum and teacher professional development materials. His research interests involve K-16 integrated STEM learning and teaching, with a focus on use of science and math concepts in the context of doing hands-on technology investigations and engineering design tasks. He and colleagues have developed a framework that describes key dimensions of teachers' design pedagogical content knowledge, and guidelines for them to create video-based teaching portfolios and reflect on their practice and student learning with design activities in STEM classrooms.