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The Center for Educational Development and Innovation has been

 

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awareded $15,000 to support beginning science teachers

The Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Miguel Angel Escotet received the full executed grant in the amount of $15,000, award to The Center for Educational Development and Innovation by the Texas Regional Collaborative for Excellence in Science Teaching

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The Beginning Teacher Introduction and Mentoring (BITM) program, in partnership with Harlingen Consolidated Intedependent School Districts, will provide training for mentoring of beginning science teachers. Highly qualified Science mentors will be selected to support and conduct mentoring activities with novice science teachers in order to improve pedagogical strategies related to science teaching.

Congratulations to Dr. James A. Telese, Project Director and Dr. Reynaldo Ramirez Jr., Co-Project Director!

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