- Year 2017
- NSF Noyce Award # 1136412
- First Name David
- Last Name Erickson
- Discipline Math
Tyson Hubbard, University of Montana, firstname.lastname@example.org
a. Impacts need for future teachers ability to connect with students to learn secondary math
b. Benefits 7-12 math teachers and 7-12 math learners.
a. Preparing future teachers of mathematics able to connect with learners, and
b. Instructional strategies for teaching these secondary math learners.
a. Noyce Scholars attend weekly seminars and serve as Learning Assistants in large section math classrooms;
b. Noyce Scholars learn about active learning processes, questioning strategies, and concept test questions; and
c. Faculty, Noyce Scholars, and Freshman/sophomore students are involved.
a. Noyce Scholars learn first hand how active learning rather than lecture only impacts student learning;
b. Deliverables include data collected from classrooms with Noyce scholars and classrooms without Noyce scholars; and
c. coming next are publications from this past year’s efforts.
a. The broader impacts are taking these successes into the secondary schools and using active learning strategies with Learning Assistants in secondary school math classrooms too;
b. More than 15 future math teachers have been impacted; and
c. upcoming publications will continue to share our results.