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Math and Science Partnership Program
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Launched in 2002, the Math and Science Partnership (MSP) program at the National Science Foundation is a research and development e!ort to build capacity and integrate the work of…
  
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G. Stewart and B. Madison
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The mission of the College Ready Mathematics and Physics Partnership, a 7M dollar NSF MSP program lead by the University of Arkansas, is to enhance mathematics and physics learning…
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K. Foster, K. Bergin, A. McKenna, D. Millard, L. Perez, J. Prival, D. Rainey, H. Sevian, E. VanderPutten, and J. Hamos, Science, 329 (5994), 906-907 (2010).
This article provides a general introduction to the NSF's math/Science Partnership project. It provides an overview of the project and discusses some of the project's successes.
NSF Math & Science Partnership Updates  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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J. Hamos and G. Stewart
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J. Hamos and G. Stewart, 2010 Physics Teacher Education Coalition Conference (2010).
James Hamos, a member of the Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Program Staff from NSF's Division of Undergraduate Education, and Gay Stewart, the Principal Investigator of an MSP…
  
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Publisher: TERC
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MSPnet is an electronic learning community for the Math and Science Partnership Program. With the MSP program, the National Science Foundation implemented an important facet of the…
  
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U.S. Department of Education
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The U.S. Department of Education┬┤s Mathematics and Science Partnerships (MSP) program is administered by the Academic Improvement and Teacher Quality Program (AITQ) in the Office of…
  
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Physics and Everyday Thinking as a Model for Introductory Biology and Geology Courses
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Physics and Everyday Thinking as a Model for Introductory Biology and Geology Courses
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C. Manogue
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C. Manogue, 2008 PhysTEC-Northwest Regional Conference (2008).
As part of an NSF funded Math and Science Partnership grant, we have developed and implemented a yearlong series of science content courses for future elementary teachers based on…
  
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M. Sabella, K. Clay, and E. Price
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M. Sabella, K. Clay, and E. Price, 2012 Physics Teacher Education Coalition Conference (2012).
Presentation by Keith Clay, Edward Price and Mel Sabella at the 2012 PhysTEC Conference about the relationship between two-year colleges and four-year institutions. Each presents on…
Playing well with others: Partnership and UNC-BEST  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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L. McNeil, NASULGC Leadership Collaborative at PhysTEC 2009 (2009).
Excellence in science teacher preparation is most effectively achieved by means of partnerships between science departments and the School of Education. However, these partnerships…
  
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D. Hestenes and J. Jackson
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D. Hestenes and J. Jackson, The changing role of physics departments in modern universities, 399, 449-460 (1996).
To meet National Standards recommended by the National Research Council for high school physics, inservice teachers must be integrated into the physics community. They must be…
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