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99.17
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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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98.96
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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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98.64
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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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98.56
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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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97.77
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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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Publisher: Physics Teacher Education Coalition
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Learning Assistants are talented undergraduates who work with faculty members to make large-enrollment courses more collaborative, student-centered, and interactive. Learning…
  
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97.21
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G. Stewart and T. Bond
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G. Stewart and T. Bond, 2008 PhysTEC Conference (2008).
This material was used to organize and run a workshop on Master Teachers and teaching/learning assistants. It consists of questions to guide discussions.
  
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97.16
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The Learning Assistant Recruitment and Preparation Program at Colorado
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The Learning Assistant Recruitment and Preparation Program at Colorado
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N. Finkelstein
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N. Finkelstein, 2008 PhysTEC-Northwest Regional Conference (2008).
The University of Colorado Learning Assistant model ( http://stem.colorado.edu and http://phystec.colorado.edu ) uses the transformation of large-enrollment science courses as a…
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A physics department’s role in preparing physics teachers: The Colorado Learning Assistant model
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V. Otero, S. Pollock, and N. Finkelstein, Am. J. Phys., 78 (11), 1218-1224 (2010).
In response to substantial evidence that many U.S. students are inadequately prepared in science and mathematics, we have developed an effective and adaptable model that improves the…
  
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Learning Assistant Model for Teacher Recruitment and Preparation at the University of Colorado at Boulder
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V. Otero
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V. Otero, 2006 PhysTEC Conference (2006).
This presentation from the 2006 PTEC Conference provides information about the Learning Assistant program at the University of Colorado, Boulder. This effort has been used to improve…
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