April 03, 2007
Cleveland Math & Science Partnership
The Cleveland Math & Science Partnership is a collection of innovative professional development programs for CMSD high school mathematics and science teachers. Participants are required to make a three year commitment to strengthen their content knowledge and integrate new teaching strategies in the classroom. The laboratory based courses are built on a foundation of inquiry and problem-based learning and will blend deep content with the process skills necessary for the successful teaching of science and mathematics.
James M. Bader, Director, Center for Science and Mathematics Education
Posted by: Latisha James April 3, 2007 04:08 PM
Category: Center for Science & Mathematics , College of Arts and Sciences , Life Long Learning , National Science Foundation , Nonprofit , Schools and Centers