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Cesar Delgado

Associate Professor


Department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

Poe Hall 326N

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Selected Scholarly Publications

Honors and Awards

  • NC State Outstanding Teacher Award (2019)
  • Publons Top Peer Reviewer (2019)

Editorial Boards

  • Journal of Research in Science Teaching
    • Editorial Review Board 2018-2022
    • Associate Editor, 2022-
  • International Journal of Science Education Editorial Review Board 2022-


Doctor of Philosophy Science Education the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2009

Master of Science Chemistry the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2008

Master of Arts Learning Technologies the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2008

Master of Arts Secondary Education the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa 2003

Bachelor of Science Chemical Engineering the University of California at Los Angeles

Area(s) of Expertise

Dr. Delgado researches students’ knowledge and learning of the magnitude of variables, including spatial and temporal scale. He also studies visual representations, project-based learning and modeling. His externally-funded research includes an NSF EHR CORE grant developing virtual reality environments for the teaching and learning of scale (co-PI), and an NSF IGE grant analyzing and improving graduate engineering and computer science courses (co-PI). He teaches courses on technological tools for teaching, the learning sciences, learning theories, equity and diversity, and methods for teaching. He wrote the supporting materials for a course on project-based learning that is being enacted in 44 universities in 21 states and the District of Columbia.


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