K-12/COLLEGE PARTNERSHIP BULLETIN BOARD


This bulletin board lists advertisements placed by K-12 teachers and college faculty who are seeking other K-12 teachers or college faculty for a long-term K-12/college partnership

The ads are listed in order of posting date: the older ads at the beginning of the page, and the more recent ads at the end.

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POSTED: January 25, 2001

TYPE:

College faculty looking for K-12 classrooms

WHEN:

03/01/2001 to 05/16/2001

WHERE:

In various K-12 classrooms

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Please contact Julian Tyson, tyson@chem.umass.edu, as soon as possible, but no later than 04/02/2001

CONTACT:

Julian Tyson
University of Massachusetts Amherst - Chemistry
tyson@chem.umass.edu
(413) 545-0195

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Once again, I am teaching Chemistry 312 this spring semester. I will be asking the students to undertake a short K-12 teaching experience as a requirement of this course. The course is entitled "Analytical Chemistry for non-Chemistry Science Majors" and typically has about 30-40 students who are mainly biochemistry juniors and seniors.

The students will probably do this assignment in small groups (of 2-4). I expect the students to contact the teachers, set up a time to visit the school and discuss what they will do and then to present a lesson on some relevant science topic (but it does not have to be concerned with analytical chemistry). I require feedback from the students in the form of a written report. Feedback from the K-12 teachers is optional.

The semester starts at the beginning of February and finishes on May 16th. Students will probably be looking to do this exercise in the second half of the semester (March 26th-May 16th).

If you would be prepared to help by hosting such an activity, I would love to hear from you.


POSTED: February 23, 2001

SCHOOL:

Smith College

SUBJECT:

Science

WHEN:

March 30, 2001 and/or April 6, 2001

CONTACT:

Corin Tierny
Smith College
Phone: (413) 586-6074
Email: ctierney@smith.edu

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The Smith College Physics and Chemistry Departments are interested in hosting 40-50 seventh or eighth graders on campus for science activites and demonstrations. We were hoping that this could happen on March 30 or April 6 in the afternoon for 3-4 hours.

We are also interested in visiting schools if transportation to Smith is too difficult. Please call or email Corin Tierney if you are interested in working with us on this project.




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TYPE OF FORM k12_faculty_partnership
DATE POSTED 06/02/04
DATE AD EXPIRES 08/15/04
NAME Pamela snow
EMAIL ADDRESS psnow@fas.harvard.edu
SCHOOL Harvard Forest/ Harvard U.
PHONE (978) 724-3302
WHERE Harvard Forest and your schoolyard
TIME PERIOD 08/16/04-.08/18/04
DEADLINE 08/11/04
COMMENTS Forest Ecology Research in the Schoolyard Summer Institute for Teachers The Harvard Forest, Petersham, Ma. August 16-18 from 9a.m.-3p.m. The Harvard Forest, in collaboration with the Hitchcock Center for the Environment and the Millers River Environmental Center, offers a Forest Ecology training institute for teachers of grades 1-9. Learn how to implement field studies related to local ecosystems.
ADVERTISEMENT Forest Ecology Research in the Schoolyard Summer Institute for Teachers The Harvard Forest, Petersham, Ma. August 16-18 from 9a.m.-3p.m. The Harvard Forest, in collaboration with the Hitchcock Center for the Environment and the Millers River Environmental Center, offers a Forest Ecology training institute for teachers of grades 1-9. Learn how to implement field studies related to local ecosystems with your students right in your schoolyard. Teachers in Amherst, Montague, Athol and Orange are eligible for this training opportunity. Teacher stipends of $100/day and PDPs are provided. For more information on Harvard Forest research and education opportunities, refer to our website: http://harvardforest.fas.harvard.edu To register: Contact Pamela Snow at psnow@fas.harvard.edu or call (978)724-3302