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written by Mel Sabella, Andrea Gay Van Duzor, and the American Physical Society
Chicago State University is positioning itself to be a leader in preparing science teachers for the urban instructional environment by incorporating innovative, research-based instructional materials in its courses and by providing intellectual and financial support to students who choose to pursue certification in science. This past year, CSU was one of five institutions to receive funding from the American Physical Society's PhysTEC Program to recruit students into teaching and provide a model instructional program for students interested in becoming physics teachers. Students chosen as PhysTEC fellows at CSU will have the opportunity to act as Learning Assistants in our introductory physics courses with Physics Education Research (PER) based curricula and engage in an action research project with an inservice high school physics teacher in the Teacher Immersion Institute. The intent of the PhysTEC program at CSU is to recruit more physics students into teaching and to support them in their academic and early professional careers.
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American Physical Society, Chicago State University, Illinois Board of Higher Education, PhysTEC, Physics Education Research, Spring 2011 Newsletter
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Metadata instance created October 1, 2011 by Amee Salois
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M. Sabella, A. Gay Van Duzor, and American Physical Society, , 2011, WWW Document, (http://www.aps.org/units/fed/newsletters/spring2011/sabella.cfm).
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M. Sabella, A. Gay Van Duzor, and American Physical Society, Preparing urban students to teach in the urban classroom: Chicago State University’s PhysTEC Program, , 2011, <http://www.aps.org/units/fed/newsletters/spring2011/sabella.cfm>.
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Sabella, M., Gay Van Duzor, A., & American Physical Society. (2011). Preparing urban students to teach in the urban classroom: Chicago State University’s PhysTEC Program. Retrieved October 30, 2014, from http://www.aps.org/units/fed/newsletters/spring2011/sabella.cfm
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Sabella, M, A. Gay Van Duzor, and American Physical Society. "Preparing urban students to teach in the urban classroom: Chicago State University’s PhysTEC Program." 2011. http://www.aps.org/units/fed/newsletters/spring2011/sabella.cfm (accessed 30 October 2014).
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Sabella, Mel, Andrea Gay Van Duzor, and American Physical Society. Preparing urban students to teach in the urban classroom: Chicago State University’s PhysTEC Program. 2011. 30 Oct. 2014 <http://www.aps.org/units/fed/newsletters/spring2011/sabella.cfm>.
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