The Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows has selected its 2015 cohort. Consisting of thirty-six middle school math, science, and technology teachers, the 2015 cohort represents ten schools from eight states. Chosen from an extremely competitive applicant pool, the STEM Teaching Fellows will engage in three years of professional development, content-specific coaching, and the development of a STEM Impact Plan for their schools.
Dr. Matthew Kloser, director of the University of Notre Dame Center for STEM Education, has received the 2015 Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST) Award for his research article titled, “Identifying a Core Set of Science Teaching Practices: A Delphi Expert Panel Approach.”…
STEM Teaching Fellows
Question: What can improve the state of STEM Education for our nation's children?
Answer: Great Teachers!
The Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows targets teachers who are deeply committed to helping all children engage and excel in the STEM disciplines. Learn more about this fully funded fellowship and help improve STEM Education in your school!
The dates for the 2015 Summer Institute are July 20th to July 31st.
INNOVATE. ENGAGE. EXCEL.
To be a premier, transformative center for the teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, especially for children of underserved populations.
Animated by the mission of the University of Notre Dame, the Center for STEM Education, through research and the translation of research into practice, helps all students, especially those underserved and those in Catholic schools, engage and excel in STEM disciplines.