Project LEARN in Mathematics and Science
The SDSU Noyce Mathematics & Science Master Teaching Fellowship Program
SDSU Noyce Fellows
Principal Investigators: Lisa
Philipp, Susan Nickerson, Donna Ross, Meredith Houle Vaughn, and Kathy Williams. Funded by: National Science Foundation and Qualcomm.
Finding inquiry-oriented mathematics and science teachers and helping
them become even more effective is the goal of a new San Diego State
University program that was recently funded by the National Science
Foundation and Qualcomm, Inc. Over the next five years, 32 San Diego
teachers are participating in the SDSU Noyce Mathematics and Science
Master-Teaching Fellowship Program, thanks to a unique collaboration
between the public sector and the private sector, with $3 million
awarded from the NSF and an additional $500,000 from Qualcomm.
the information in the September 24, 2012 article in the U-T San Diego.
The science teachers in our Noyce Project Learn group presented at San Diego Science Educatiors Association (SDSEA) on March 1, 2014. Go to our Project LEARN at SDSEA page to find out more.
On March 10, 2014, the SDSU Noyce Project Leaders hosted a reception and poster session for the Noyce Master Teaching Fellows, their school and district administrators, and the Deans of the College of Education and College of Sciences. We were pleased to welcome 75 attendees. In preparation for the event, the Fellows shared some thoughts about the project, and we captured some of those sentiments on video. Watch the video below, and click through the slides that were shared at the reception (or download the slides as a PDF).