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STEM Ed Announcement: Physics MA in Teaching at BU
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- Subject: STEM Ed Announcement: Physics MA in Teaching at BU
- From: "Mort Sternheim" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2015 20:09:08 -0500
This is not a UMass program.
Contact information is below.
Physics MA in Teaching at Boston University
Boston University is looking to enroll additional students in their
Noyce and MAT scholar program in physics teaching. If you know of
anyone looking to become a high school physics teacher and would like
to join a team of passionate physics educators pursuing excellence in
physics teaching and learning, kindly contact me at email@example.com.
We are building a robust physics education community at Boston
University that includes a network of more than150 high school physics
teachers, undergraduate Learning Assistants, graduate Teaching Fellows,
MAT and Noyce scholars, and interested faculty from both the School of
Education and physics department from the College of Arts and Sciences.
This group of engaged current and future physics educators meet
bi-monthly as a professional and collaborative group supporting
excellence in teaching and learning. During our Boston University
Physics Teacher Network (BU-PTN) gatherings we come together to share a
meal, a favorite activity or teaching strategy and enjoy the
company,conversation and collective wisdom of other professionals who
like you have a passion for physics and a love of teaching.
If you are in the Boston area, I would enjoy hearing about your own
goals and future aspirations. Please feel free to come visit, call or
Mark D. Greenman
Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching
Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow
Marblehead Science Matters
Building Confidence through Competency
Mobile: (781) 248-4952
Office: (617) 358-6729
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