Opportunities

Join our National Pilot

During the 2016-17 school-year, ONPAR is being piloted in middle school math and science classrooms nationwide! To learn more about ONPAR, how to join our pilot, and the benefits that come with it, see the resources below, or contact Drew Curtis at curtis3@wisc.edu.

ONPAR Video Overview
A two-minute video describing the basics of ONPAR.

ONPAR Piloting PDF
A one-page overview of the ONPAR piloting process.

ONPAR Piloting Webinar
Our five-minute webinar describing piloting in greater detail.

Piloting Participation Survey
If you are a middle school math or science teacher ready to take the next steps in piloting ONPAR in your classroom, please take our five-minute survey to tell us more about yourself and your classroom.

Consult with Us

If you are a middle school mathematics or science teacher and are interested in helping with one-on-one consultations about our materials or participating in content review panels, let us know. We are looking for teachers especially who are familiar with Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.

Tryout our Materials

If you would like to try our materials in your class on your own, let us know. We are looking for early adopters to test new materials with students in 2-3 classes before it is piloted. No personal data is collected in our tryouts. 

If you are a middle school teacher who works with English learners or students with disabilities, we are also looking for participants in our bias and sensitivity reviews. We hold panels 1-2 times per year. 

Please contact Drew Curtis at curtis3@wisc.edu to learn more about the opportunities above!