Teaching and Learning Fellowship Students Share Best Practices with Teachers

NYU Steinhardt’s NOYCE fellows conducted a workshop at the 8th annual NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference in Washington D.C. in May.

The students (from left to right), Janna Dougherty, Benjamin Osei-Bonsu, Bryan Mosher, and Joseph MacDonald, developed the workshop with Pamela Fraser-Abder, associate professor of science education, drawing from their NYU courses and their experiences in the CRISP teacher residency program as they observed and taught in schools across the New York City metropolitan area.

The workshop, Technology Resources for the Science Classroom, gave attendees web resources and instructional strategies to adapt and integrate into their own science curriculums. The team discussed strategies for using technology to expose participants’ students to institutional resources in their immediate neighborhoods, the country, as well as around the world.

To learn more about the CRISP program, visit NYU Steinhardt At a Glance:

CRISP Offers Aspiring Science Teachers Immersion, Education, and a Path to the Classroom.