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The CSULB PhysTEC project is the collaboration between the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Department of Science Education bringing the strength of two departments together with the common goal. The CSULB PhysTEC project combines several components shown to be successful in the national PhysTEC project: a Teacher-in-Resident (TIR) and Learning Assistants (LA).
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- Teacher Preparation
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Learning Assistants, PhysTEC, Teacher in Residence
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