Tag: Center for Science Teaching and Learning

APS grant allows NAU to expand STEM education

| December 28, 2016
APS grant allows NAU to expand STEM education

Northern Arizona University’s Center for Science Teaching and Learning, CSTL, recently received a $250,000 grant from APS to expand the APS STEM Focus Schools for the Future Program to five new schools.

The program, which currently works with 13 Arizona schools, was established with the purpose of expanding the scientifically literate workforce by assisting schools in science education through the implementation of STEM standards in learning. STEM standards endorse hands-on learning in classrooms and labs and ensure proper usage and understanding of science technology.

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NAU joins effort to produce more STEM teachers

| February 23, 2015
NAU joins effort to produce more STEM teachers

February 19, 2015 6:00 am  • By Michelle McManimon — Arizona Daily Sun Northern Arizona University has joined a nationwide effort to increase the number of science, technology, engineering and math teachers in U.S. schools. In late January, NAU’s Center for Science Teaching and Learning was accepted into 100Kin10, an elite, nonprofit network of 230 […]

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NAU joins national network to increase STEM teaching force

| February 2, 2015
NAU joins national network to increase STEM teaching force

January 28, 2015 • Northern Arizona University NAU’s Center for Science Teaching and Learning has been accepted into a prestigious nationwide group dedicated to developing 100,000 STEM teachers in 10 years. Membership in the 100Kin10 Network is by nomination and invitation only and involves a rigorous application and review process, said Professor Pradeep “Max” Dass, […]

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