Our local school district partners are an integral part of the success of the Terrapin Teachers program.


Partners

Photo: Left to right:  Miya Page, sixth grade, science, Paint Branch Elementary School; Montre’ Robinson-Swain, third grade, math, Cool Spring Elementary School; Danielle Spisak, fifth grade, science, Cool Spring Elementary School.

Photo: Left to right:  Miya Page, sixth grade, science, Paint Branch Elementary School; Montre’ Robinson-Swain, third grade, math, Cool Spring Elementary School; Danielle Spisak, fifth grade, science, Cool
Spring Elementary School.

Photo:  Left to right; Holly Riley, Northwester High School and Juan Foreman, College Park Academy, participated in the Learning Community Day for collaborating teachers.  Teachers performed the tasks with the lens of teachers and student learners.

Photo:  Left to right; Holly Riley, Northwester High School and Juan Foreman, College Park Academy, participated in the Learning Community Day for collaborating teachers.  Teachers performed the tasks with the lens of teachers and student learners.


Collaborating TEACHERS

Local public school teachers work closely with our undergraduates to develop inquiry-based lessons in science and math.  Teachers provide constructive feedback to help undergraduates build upon their knowledge base.


RESOURCEs

Presentations

Websites

Books

  • Chapin, S., O’Connor, C., & Anderson, N.  (2013). Classroom discussions in math:  A teacher’s guide for using talk moves to support the Common Core and more.  Sausalito, CA:  Scholastic.