ANOVA Science Education Corporation was
founded in 2003 by neuroscientist
education specialist, Dr.
Robert Landsman. The
corporate mission is to assist United States
institutions in the revamping
of education, with
emphasis on scientific and engineering practices,
critical thinking, and STEM.
ANOVA Science Education Corporation uses the
Research Investigation Process (RIP®)
service program (RIP®) for critical thinking and
inquiry-based STEM education.
The RIP was
developed by Dr. Landsman over a 5-year period
beginning in 1982, and has since been successfully
implemented and tested at the K-12 levels in a
variety of schools and classrooms.
Education exhibits its RIP® professional
development program and resulting
student products at
the 2003 New Jersey State Science
Our professional development service provider
division offers professional
through RIP® teacher
workshops and seminars
for administrators and/or teachers,
curricula based on state
and national standards
tailored to meet the needs of
schools, and districts.
Science Publishing is the publisher
all RIP® educational materials designed
produced for use by our corporation, including
books, manuals, and wall charts.
and the decision-making process
by scientists and engineers are interdependent.
Science name represents the integration
mathematics into the decision-making
science and engineering.
The ANOVA Science Education logo
is the abbreviation and acronym for the
statistical test known as analysis of variance.
The symbols (Greek and Roman letters) in the
logo surrounding the "A" in ANOVA represent