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Mathematics Teacher Leadership. Good Teachers who Influence Others Jan A. Yow, jyow@sc.edu. USC-SMTI. University of South Carolina Science and Mathematics Teacher Initiative National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarships. Project Team. PI: Jan Yow PD: Kathy Henson

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mathematics teacher leadership

Mathematics Teacher Leadership

Good Teachers who Influence Others

Jan A. Yow, jyow@sc.edu

usc smti

USC-SMTI

University of South Carolina Science and Mathematics Teacher Initiative

National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarships

project team
Project Team

PI: Jan Yow

PD: Kathy Henson

Co-PIs: Ed Dickey

Bert Eli

Gerry Lopez de Victoria (MTC)

Christine Lotter

Special thanks to Advisory Board members Nate Carnes and Steve Thompson.

noyce scholar components
Noyce Scholar Components
  • Freshman/Sophomore experiences (210, summer stipends)
  • Junior/Senior support (310, 410)
  • Monthly meetings with SSTEM scholars
  • Induction support during first 2 years of teaching
  • Mentors from high need math and science high schools
  • State, national, international conferences
continued challenge recruitment
Continued Challenge: Recruitment
  • USC Juniors/Seniors
  • MTC/OCTC Transfer Students
  • Summer Experiences
  • MTC/OCTC Scholarships

($8000 on each campus)

conference component
Conference Component
  • State Conferences

5 to SCCTM; 2 to SC2

  • National Conferences

3 to National Noyce Meeting (Washington, DC);

1 to NCTM (Philadelphia, PA)

  • International Conferences

1 to NSF Computational Thinking & Inquiry Teaching (Crete, Greece)

edse 210
EDSE 210

Format: One-hour elective course with classroom observations

Target Audience: Freshman (Year 1)/Sophomore (Year 2) STEM majors at USC, MTC, and OCTC

Last Year: 3000 fliers = 10 students

This Year: 6000 fliers = 24 students (+20)

continued work
Continued Work

Developing Math and Science Teacher Leaders through the Noyce Program

Applying for second NSF Noyce Grant to support MAT students and Master Teachers