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written by Beverly Cannon, Patrick Callahan, Elizabeth Chesick, Joan Mackin, Shannon Mandel, and Carl Wenning
Candidates for secondary school physics teaching positions may be drawn from a variety of sources. Some may have completed an accredited physics or physics teaching program, others may have training in other educational, science, engineering, or business disciplines. Still others may be entering the profession as an alternative or second career. The purpose of this document is to provide some guidance for administrators to gauge a candidate's qualifications to teach physics.
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B. Cannon, P. Callahan, E. Chesick, J. Mackin, S. Mandel, and C. Wenning, , 2009, WWW Document, (http://www.aapt.org/Resources/upload/Secondary-School-Physics-Teacher-Role_booklet.pdf).
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B. Cannon, P. Callahan, E. Chesick, J. Mackin, S. Mandel, and C. Wenning, The Role, Education, Qualifications, and Professional Development of Secondary School Physics Teachers, , 2009, <http://www.aapt.org/Resources/upload/Secondary-School-Physics-Teacher-Role_booklet.pdf>.
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Cannon, B., Callahan, P., Chesick, E., Mackin, J., Mandel, S., & Wenning, C. (2009). The Role, Education, Qualifications, and Professional Development of Secondary School Physics Teachers. Retrieved November 24, 2014, from http://www.aapt.org/Resources/upload/Secondary-School-Physics-Teacher-Role_booklet.pdf
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Cannon, B, P. Callahan, E. Chesick, J. Mackin, S. Mandel, and C. Wenning. "The Role, Education, Qualifications, and Professional Development of Secondary School Physics Teachers." 2009. http://www.aapt.org/Resources/upload/Secondary-School-Physics-Teacher-Role_booklet.pdf (accessed 24 November 2014).
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Cannon, Beverly, Patrick Callahan, Elizabeth Chesick, Joan Mackin, Shannon Mandel, and Carl Wenning. The Role, Education, Qualifications, and Professional Development of Secondary School Physics Teachers. 2009. 24 Nov. 2014 <http://www.aapt.org/Resources/upload/Secondary-School-Physics-Teacher-Role_booklet.pdf>.
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