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98.96
Byline:
D. MacIsaac, J. Zawicki, K. Falconer, D. Henry, and D. Beery
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The Masters of Science Education (Physics with NYSED Transitional B Certification) program accommodates science and engineering professionals with appropriate bachelors degrees who…
  
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98.5
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D. Goldhaber and D. Brewer, Educ. Eval. Pol. Anal., 22 (2), 129-145.
The authors empirically test how 12th-grade students of teachers with probationary certification, emergency certification, private school certification, or no certification in their…
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D. MacIsaac, 2006 PhysTEC Conference (2006).
This article describes the need for development and deployment of a new model graduate level alternative certification program for physics teachers at SUNY-Buffalo State College. The…
  
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92.24
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D. Goldhaber and D. Brewer; Editors: M. Kanstoroom and C. Finn, Jr.; Publisher: Thomas B. Fordham Foundation
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States use licensing to ensure that only qualified teachers can be hired, but loopholes often allow teachers to enter the classroom via alternate routes. Comparing the performance of…
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89.47
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R. Steinberg
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For the 2007-08 school year, the author took a sabbatical and became a full time high school physics teacher in a public high school in New York City after participating in an…
  
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88.85
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M. Alderman
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This article discusses systemic pressures forcing teachers not trained in physics to teach physics out of certification. The author suggests that these pressures will not go away and…
  
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88.61
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J. Blume
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J. Blume, 2007 PhysTEC Conference (2007).
This workshop presentation provides information about the Undergraduate Teacher Education Program (UTEP) for the Division of Engineering and Department of Education at Brown…
  
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87.28
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T. Hodapp
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T. Hodapp, American Chemical Society Annual Meeting (2008).
Currently, the production of certified high school physics teachers in the United States is about one third of the need. Although physics is the highest need in the sciences, need…
  
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87.28
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Publisher: Physics Teacher Education Coalition
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Learning Assistants are talented undergraduates who work with faculty members to make large-enrollment courses more collaborative, student-centered, and interactive. Learning…
  
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87.14
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Publisher: Physics Teacher Education Coalition
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The need to recruit and prepare more physics teachers could not be clearer. The National Academies’ report Rising Above the Gathering Storm states that the most consistent and…
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