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written by David Andrews, Michael Oliver, and James Vesenka
The Fresno Collaborative for the Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers is an NSF sponsored program aimed at recruiting and training outstanding math and science teachers for K-12 teaching positions in California's Central Valley. This multifaceted collaborative has held a summer physics modeling workshop for the past four years, in the same vein as Arizona State University's modeling instruction program. The results from two summers worth of interviews and assessments on modeling training indicate improved teacher comprehension of physics content as well as enthusiastic support from the participants in the modeling approach. Lastly, follow-up interviews with teachers have indicated that modeling instruction has greatly influenced their teaching styles and that they find their students more attentive and enthusiastic participants in their classrooms.
Series Name:  Journal of Physics Teacher Education Online
Issue 1 (4)
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D. Andrews, M. Oliver, and J. Vesenka, , Report No. 1 (4), 2003, WWW Document, (http://www2.phy.ilstu.edu/~cjwennin/jpteo/issues/jpteo1(4)mar03.pdf#page=14).
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D. Andrews, M. Oliver, and J. Vesenka, Implications of Modeling Method training on physics teacher development in California’s Central Valley, , Report No. 1 (4), 2003, <http://www2.phy.ilstu.edu/~cjwennin/jpteo/issues/jpteo1(4)mar03.pdf#page=14>.
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Andrews, D., Oliver, M., & Vesenka, J. (2003). Implications of Modeling Method training on physics teacher development in California’s Central Valley (Report No. 1 (4)). Retrieved September 22, 2020, from http://www2.phy.ilstu.edu/~cjwennin/jpteo/issues/jpteo1(4)mar03.pdf#page=14
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Andrews, D, M. Oliver, and J. Vesenka. "Implications of Modeling Method training on physics teacher development in California’s Central Valley." In Journal of Physics Teacher Education Online, 14 - 24. 2003. http://www2.phy.ilstu.edu/~cjwennin/jpteo/issues/jpteo1(4)mar03.pdf#page=14 (accessed 22 September 2020).
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Andrews, David, Michael Oliver, and James Vesenka. Implications of Modeling Method training on physics teacher development in California’s Central Valley. 2003. 22 Sep. 2020 <http://www2.phy.ilstu.edu/~cjwennin/jpteo/issues/jpteo1(4)mar03.pdf#page=14>.
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