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    From the Association for the Education of Teachers in Science listserve - they re seeking professional development materials. Here s a chance for those from
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      From the Association for the Education of Teachers in Science
      listserve - they're seeking professional development materials.
      Here's a chance for those from the science side to work with
      those from the education side. -Elizabeth Roettger

      >Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2000 12:27:28 -0800
      >From: "Ted Britton" <britton@...>
      >Subject: PD Materials for K-12 Math & Science Teachers
      >
      >TE-MAT (Teacher Education Materials) Project
      >
      >Increasing the Availability of Materials for the Professional
      >Development of Pre-Service and In-Service K-12
      >Mathematics and Science Teachers
      >
      >The NSF-funded TE-MAT project
      >(http://www.horizon-research.com/te-mat) has two goals:
      >
      >1. To create an online searchable database of published and
      >readily-available materials for the professional development of
      >pre-service and in-service K-12 mathematics and science teachers
      >(i.e., to increase access to such materials); and
      >
      >2. To survey the landscape of unpublished or out-of-print materials
      >for the professional development of pre-service and in-service K-12
      >mathematics and science teachers (i.e., to describe gaps to assist
      >funders and PIs in targeting future development efforts to areas of
      >greatest need).
      >
      >The National Center for Improving Science Education (NCISE), together
      >with Horizon Research, Inc. (HRI), are trying to locate materials that
      >are useful for the professional development of pre-service and
      >in-service K-12 mathematics and science teachers. HRI is looking for
      >materials that are already published and readily available (e.g.,
      >commercially published books and videos). NCISE is looking for
      >unpublished materials (e.g., materials developed by you and your
      >colleagues for teacher institutes) and out-of-print materials. Due to
      >their limited circulation, we affectionately call unpublished or
      >out-of-print materials fugitive.
      >
      >Please recommend:
      >* fugitive materials (unpublished or out-of-print)--contact Mary Ann
      >Huntley (huntley@...)
      >* published and readily available materials--contact Gail Gellatly
      >(TE-MAT@...)
      >
      >For each material, please provide us with the title of the material,
      >how we may obtain a copy of it, and the name of the developer (with
      >contact information, if available). Note that materials do not need
      >to be in polished form.
      >
      >Thank You!
      >Senta A. Raizen
      >Director of NCISE
      >
      >___________________________________________________
      >The National Center for Improving Science Education
      >1726 M Street NW, Suite 704
      >Washington, DC 20036-4502
      >202/467-0652 (phone)
      >202/467-0659 (fax)
      >http://www.wested.org/ncise
      >
      >
      >
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