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JORDAN PASQUALIN WINS GRANT THIRD YEAR IN A ROW

KSTF Senior Fellow Jordan Pasqualin, a science teacher at Chicago-based Rowe-Clark Math and Science Academy, was awarded a grant for $6,125 from the charitable giving department at Exelon Corporation. The…

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BRADFORD HILL WINS PHYSICS TEACHING AWARD

KSTF Senior Fellow Bradford Hill won the American Association of Physics Teachers’ 2014 Paul W. Zitzewitz Award for Excellence in Pre-College Physics Teaching. At the American Association of Physics Teachers’ (AAPT)…

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2015 TEACHING FELLOWSHIP WEBINARS

In May 2014, KSTF Senior Program Officer Jennifer Mossgrove will present three webinars about our Teaching Fellowship Program and the application process. Register now by clicking on one of the links found…

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APPLICATION OPEN FOR 2015 KSTF TEACHING FELLOWSHIPS

Comprehensive professional development program supports beginning STEM teachers Moorestown, N.J., April 14, 2014 – The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) today announced the availability of applications for 2015 Teaching Fellowships….

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THE MANY FACES OF TEACHER LEADERSHIP

By Dina Portnoy Director for Senior Fellows Programs, Knowles Science Teaching Foundation April 8, 2014 Over the 27 years that I worked for the School District of Philadelphia, I played a…

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DIRECTOR OF TEACHING FELLOWSHIPS

Start date flexible, ASAP preferred The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF)—a private, operating foundation, established in 1999 and funded by an endowment from C. Harry and Janet H. Knowles—continues to…

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FOUR ELEMENTS TO PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

By Howard Glasser  Program Officer for Teacher Development, Knowles Science Teaching Foundation  February 24, 2014 When searching for ways to become better teachers, all educators can, and often do, ask, “How…

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