CASTL | The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning
Academic Growth of African American Students Fostered Best by High Expectations
A CASTL study finds that teachers characterized as "warm-demanders" foster academic growth.
Study Finds Parents are Key in Generating Teenagers’ Long-Term Interest in STEM
Researchers at CASTL, the University of Wisconsin and the University of Chicago find parents play vital role in promoting STEM.
CASTL Study Identifies Way to Prevent Disruptive Behavior in Preschool Classrooms
CASTL researchers find positive effects of Banking Time intervention.
CASTL Celebrates 10 Years of Research to Improve Classroom Instruction
From child care To graduate school, CASTL studies aim to improve teaching quality.
Can Better Instruction Have a Large Impact on Reducing the Racial Discipline Gap
Researchers from CASTL and Rutgers University join in new study to find answers.
News, Research, & Resources
- Curry Magazine Features CASTL Research on Race and Classroom Interactions
- Curry Magazine Looks Back at a Decade of CASTL Research and its Impact
- Research Brief: Implications of visuospatial skills and executive functions for learning mathematics
- Ten Years of CASTL Research: Impact on Research, Teachers, and Students
- News Radio WINA Features CASTL research on Benefits of Warm, Demanding Teachers
- VKRP Launches New Website, Plans to Expands Assessment Program In Coming Year
- CASTL’s Motivate Lab Awarded Multiple Grants to Study Impact of Learning Mindsets in Higher Ed
- Study Finds Student Perception Surveys Can Tell Us a Lot About Teaching
- Prof. Hulleman’s Research on Teens Interest in STEM Featured on EdWeek Blog
- Student Spotlight: Christina Mulcahy Discusses Her Early Math Work and Mentoring Experience at Curry