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Primary Elements - Building a Successful Legacy of Primary Grade Science

Academic Festival Session 2013
Presented by Jacquelyn Duran (MPhil ’09), Director of Enrichment and Outreach Services at The Hollingworth Center; Michele Damiano (MA ’07), Co-Director of the Summer Science Program for Children; and Lisa Wright (EdD ’87), Director of The Hollingworth Center

STEM opportunities are essential in the early years. For the past two decades The Hollingworth Center has created a developmentally appropriate and inquiry-based science program for primary-grade children. TC alums immersed in this dynamic experience take on the role of lead teacher, mentoring current TC graduate students who participate in an in situ clinical intensive. Over 600 graduate students have honed their science pedagogy and carried this experience with them into urban classrooms.

Published Wednesday, May. 1, 2013

Primary Elements - Building a Successful Legacy of Primary Grade Science

Presented by Jacquelyn Duran (MPhil ’09), Director of Enrichment and Outreach Services at The Hollingworth Center; Michele Damiano (MA ’07), Co-Director of the Summer Science Program for Children; and Lisa Wright (EdD ’87), Director of The Hollingworth Center

STEM opportunities are essential in the early years. For the past two decades The Hollingworth Center has created a developmentally appropriate and inquiry-based science program for primary-grade children. TC alums immersed in this dynamic experience take on the role of lead teacher, mentoring current TC graduate students who participate in an in situ clinical intensive. Over 600 graduate students have honed their science pedagogy and carried this experience with them into urban classrooms.

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