Kimberly Brenneman

Kimberly Brenneman

Kimberly Brenneman is an education program officer at the Heising-Simons Foundation, where her grantmaking focuses on effective practices for supporting young children’s learning inside and outside of school settings, especially in mathematics. As research faculty at Rutgers University she led projects to develop curricular and instructional resources to foster STEM learning for children in school and home settings.

Co-author of Preschool Pathways to Science (PrePS): Facilitating scientific ways of thinking, talking, doing, and understanding and Teaching STEM in the preschool classroom, she served as the science curriculum lead for the comprehensive preschool curriculum Connect4Learning (C4L). She also serves as a consultant for the development of educational media for preschoolers and aligned resources for families and educators.

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