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82.93
Byline:
J. Anderson
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The PhysTEC program at the U of M is based on the experiences of other PhysTEC institutions and adapted to the needs and strengths at the U of M. Members of the PhysTEC team at the U…
  
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69.2
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M. Plisch, R. Goertzen, and R. Scherr
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M. Plisch, R. Goertzen, and R. Scherr, Noyce Conference (2014).
For over a decade, physics teacher education programs have been transformed at a number of institutions around the country through support from the Physics Teacher Education…
  
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64.33
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N. Finkelstein
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N. Finkelstein, 2008 PhysTEC-Northwest Regional Conference (2008).
The University of Colorado Learning Assistant model ( http://stem.colorado.edu and http://phystec.colorado.edu ) uses the transformation of large-enrollment science courses as a…
NSF Noyce RFP & Mock Panel Review  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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54.2815
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NSF Noyce RFP & Mock Panel Review
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B. Holmes
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B. Holmes, 2010 Physics Teacher Education Coalition Conference (2010).
The National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program seeks to encourage talented science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors and STEM professionals…
NSF Support of Teacher Education  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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L. Slakey
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L. Slakey, 2009 PhysTEC Conference (2009).
The National Science Foundation has funded teacher education activities for much of its history. Several trends mark recent approaches to this; partnerships among STEM disciplinary…
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