STEM Education (EDU)
Video: Noyce Master Teaching Fellows Panel
To continue celebrating 20 years of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, The National Science Foundation bought together a panel of Noyce Master Teaching Fellows from across the country to talk about their journeys to becoming teacher-leaders.
The featured panelists were:
Kari Keith, Michigan Technological University
Susie Sujin Min, California State University Fullerton
Megin Rice, Southern Illinois University
Shane Wiggan, University of Central Florida
Each panelist opened with a summary of their Noyce journey, and then Kathleen Bergin, Noyce Lead Program Officer, led a Question and Answer session. The panelists engaged in a lively discussion and answered questions from Dr. Bergin and the audience.
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