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Images: NSF Researchers and Teachers of Math, Science and Engineering

Caption: Clockwise (1) The 1990's Calculus Reform Workshop-A workshop Jointly sponsored by NSF and USD for teachers of Calculus at the High School, College, or University level. (2) High school physics teachers work with Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory physicist Jae Yu to assemble a cosmic ray detector as part of a project at the laboratory to promote learning among students. (3) High school teachers work with "Exxon Energy Cubes" during the 1993 EMTI program at the ISR. (4) Seismologist Learning to Teach the Teachers

Sources: (1) NSF and USD (2) Thomas Jordan, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office (3) The Engineering Education and Centers (EEC) Division @ NSF (4) Michelle Hall-Wallace, University of Arizona, and Larry Braile, Purdue University, Chair, IRIS Education and Outreach Committee

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