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Educating Chemists and Chemically Literate Citizens
The Jean Dreyfus Lectureship at University of Puget Sound presents: A Free Lunch Roundtable Discussion, Friday, February 17, 2017, Noon-1 pm, in the Trimble Forum.
Amy Ryken and Fred Hamel’s article “Looking Again at “Surface Level” Reflections: Framing a Competence View of Early Teacher Thinking” was published in in the Fall 2016 issue of Teacher Education Quarterly.
Ryken, A. E., & Hamel, F. L. (2016). Looking again at “surface level” reflections: Framing a competence view of early teacher thinking. Teacher Education Quarterly, 43 (4), 31-53.
Congratulations to Kainoa Higgins '08, MAT 09' for being accepted to the Teacher at Sea program sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This great summer opportunity will complement the courses he teaches in marine biology at SAMI in the Tacoma School District.
Elizabeth Kirsch 12, M.A.T. 13 won the 2014 Graduate Program “Writing Excellence Award” at the University of Puget Sound for her Master’s thesis, “Sometimes
Gary Cameron M.A.T. '96 is resigning as Port Angeles High School principal to take the same job at Upland High School near Los Angeles, reported the Peninsula Daily News June 13 photo story.
Vaughn Elementary School teacher Ernie Donehower '86 known to his students as Mr. D., will retire this year, wrote the Key Peninsula News in a May 29 photo story.
Current MAT candidates, Madeline Isaacson and Grant Ruby, and Professor Amy Ryken featured in Edutopia article on evolving challenges for student teachers.
Professor Terence Beck shares Puget Sound’s experience with a national audience.
Terence Beck was invited to join the keynote panel at the 2013 annual conference of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies. The panel presented different perspectives around the use of the edTPA in Social Studies teacher preparation. The edTPA is currently required for teacher certification in six states (including Washington State) with many others moving toward adopting this performance-based assessment. Drawing on Puget Sound’s experience with the edTPA, Dr. Beck considered the ways in which the edTPA can inform teacher education programs as well as the issues that arise when a for-profit company takes on the task of determining if candidates are qualified to teach.