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George Lucas Foundation grants $5M to MSU for science, math and literacy education

May 14, 2015
George Lucas Foundation grants $5M to MSU for science, math and literacy education

Michigan State University researchers and their partners plan to create a model for teaching elementary students science while also improving their skills in math, reading and writing. The project is funded by a five-year, $5 million grant from Lucas Education Research, a division of the George Lucas Educational Foundation. Executive Director Kristin De Vivo...
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MSU leads $7 million effort to improve science teaching

March 18, 2015
MSU leads $7 million effort to improve science teaching

A Michigan State University professor created a successful model for teaching middle- and high-school students about carbon cycling, the primary driver of climate change. Now Charles W. “Andy” Anderson and his partners are using a nearly $7 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help America’s teachers put the program into action. The...
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Stroupe receives national AACTE award

February 19, 2015
Stroupe receives national AACTE award

David Stroupe, assistant professor of science education, was recently announced as the winner of the 2015 AACTE Outstanding Dissertation Award for having the best dissertation in the nation. Stroupe will be recognized by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) at the organization’s 67th Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Ga. at the end of February....
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MSU to help students learn genomics and evolution

October 27, 2014
MSU to help students learn genomics and evolution

The study of human genes has dramatically changed how health issues have been explained and treated during the past 20 years. But educators have done little to teach future generations about the concepts behind those scientific breakthroughs. Michigan State University will help solve this problem by creating learning materials about genomics and evolution for...
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Stroupe receives dissertation award

July 7, 2014
Stroupe receives dissertation award

David Stroupe, assistant professor of teacher education at Michigan State University, was recently honored for completing the most outstanding dissertation in 2014 among doctoral students at the University of Washington College of Education. Committee members selected Stroupe’s work, “Students drive where I go next: Ambitious practice, beginning teacher learning, and classroom epistemic communities,” to...
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Science teaching fellows begin preparation

June 19, 2014
Science teaching fellows begin preparation

Michigan State University’s commitment to prepare more high-quality math and science teachers continues this year with the addition of 10 teaching fellows. This group includes students supported by two different alternative preparation programs, both focused on training teachers to work in high-need urban schools. Each of the fellows have previous college degrees or careers...
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