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N. Finkelstein, V. Otero, and S. Pollock
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As part of the PTEC coalition, the Colorado Learning Assistant (LA) program has been expanded in order to address the needs of teacher preparation and support. This piece discusses…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This article explains how the Learning Assistant (undergraduate TAs) model at the physics department of the University of Colorado facilitates course transformation and serves to…
  
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G. Stewart
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This article describes the Learning Assistant Program at the University of Arkansas. This program has been a key part of the dramatic improvement of the recruitment of science…
  
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Learning Assistants (LA's): Re-imaginging TA's as Future Pre-College Physics Teachers
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L. Seeley and H. Close
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L. Seeley and H. Close, 2008 PhysTEC Conference (2008).
This workshop explored the structures and goals of a Learning Assistants program for physics. The goals of this program at Seattle Pacific University are explored, including the…
  
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K. Gray and V. Otero
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K. Gray and V. Otero, PERC 2008 Proceedings, 123-126.
For several years the University of Colorado has been using undergraduate Learning Assistants (LAs) in their introductory science and math courses. While the LAs have teaching duties…
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