A study of NSF teacher enhancement program (TEP) participants and principal investigators, 1984-1989, Volume 1
Abt Associates, National Science Foundation (U.S.). Directorate for Education and Human Resources. Division of Research, Evaluation, and Dissemination, National Science Foundation (U.S.). Education and Human Resources Directorate
National Science Foundation, Education and Human Resources Directorate, 1993 - Education
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90 Source According to Pis assessments award classroom Computer assisted instruction cooperative learning groups enhance student interest Enhancement Program TEP Evaluation and Dissemination experience with hands-on Field trips Figure Figure 17 follow-up Grade Level Taught high school teachers Hispanic host institutions impact important in-kind in-service education Increased knowledge instructional methods Instructor demonstrations integrate science interest in science involvement of participants Item Learn to update lectures major mathematics education Methods and Materials minority participation National Science Foundation NSF funds objectives Pacific Islander Participant Survey participants reported Peer teaching Percent Percentage of Pis physical disabilities PI Survey Pis and participants Pis reported Principal Investigators project staff recruitment Robert Burnham school districts science and mathematics science education science or math science/math Sent announcement small group discussions studies of TEP subject matter Teacher Enhancement Program teaching methods TEP experience TEP participants TEP Pis TEP program underrepresented groups update teaching practices well-prepared