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CESAME

Center for Engineering, Science and Mathematics Education

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Try Teaching!

try teaching

Mark your calendars, the try teaching event will be held in person this year on October 21st at Dexter lawn! Get hyped for giveaways, food, and to learn more about teaching with our staff. Click the following three links to stay updated for this and future events and opportunities.
 

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Check Out All Of The Different Opportunities And Resources Available To TRY TEACHING!

Learn By Doing Lab (LBDL)

LBDL facilitators engage visiting 5th-8th grade students in hands-on science and engineering labs on campus. Course credit only; Offered Winter and Spring

Scan the QR code below or click here to see what students have to say about their experience participating in the LBDL!

To learn more about the LBDL click here!

Teacher Assistants in Mathematics and Science (TeAMS)

TeAMS assistants tutor or assist Math, Science, or AVID teachers in local middle school or high school classrooms. Assistants are paid and receive course credit. Offered Fall, Winter and Spring

Scan the QR code below or click here to see what students have to say about their experience participating in TeAMS!

To learn more about the TeAMS click here!

Mentors in Out-of-School Time (MOST)

What is M.O.S.T.?

M.O.S.T. is paid, early-field experience offered each quarter for undergrad students who seek an experience to "try on teaching."

M.O.S.T. offers a unique opportunity to try on teaching in an off-campus, structured environment in tandem with weekly seminar discussions focused on effective teaching strategies.

Application of the effective teaching strategies are used to plan, prepare, and present Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) content to local elementary school students in a small group, after-school setting.

Check Out What Susanne Johnson Has to Say About Her Experiennce! 

 

 

To learn more about M.O.S.T. click here!

Cal Poly School of Education

The School of Education offers a wide variety of courses and programs leading to careers in education. Common to all programs is a commitment to excellence, to partnerships and collaboration, and to preparation for future educational challenges. The School of Education offers programs that lead to a preliminary credential in Multiple Subject or Single Subject teaching, in Administrative Services or as an Education or Agriculture Specialist. Supplementary and subject matter authorizations are available in a variety of subject areas  and several master's degrees are offered. The School of Education provides opportunities for extensive on-site observation, tutoring, and fieldwork in educational settings. Cal Poly maintains cooperative relations with surrounding school districts and area educational agencies. Within our service area, teacher candidates and master's students can learn in cross-cultural, city and rural settings.

 

 

Learn more about the Cal Poly School of Education programs by clicking here!

 


For more information about the programs offered by the Cal Poly School of Education, check out soe.calpoly.edu.

You can also email the School of Education at soe@calpoly.edu.

 

STAR

What is STAR?

STAR aims to produce excellent K-12 STEM teachers by providing aspiring teachers with opportunities to do authentic research while helping them translate their research experience into classroom practice. STAR also supports the continued development of our Teacher-Researcher Fellows with ongoing professional development and networking opportunities. 

STAR is a nine-week paid summer research experience program for future K-12 STEM teachers. Undergraduates on a teaching path, STEM undergraduates seriously considering a career in teaching, credential candidates and Master's students can all apply to work with cutting-edge researchers. Eligible applicants must be from any California State University (CSU) Campus or be a Noyce Scholar from any university across the US.

Applications due February 15, 2021 for summer 2021


STAR Program, Diverse Voices

 

 

STAR Experience From Santa Rosa Island to the Classroom

 

 

STAR Program Summary Video

 

 

Visit the STAR website!

Contact Info: star@calpoly.edu

Future Math Educators of Cal Poly Club

COSIA

 

 

Noyce FIRST Scholarship

 

Learn about the Noyce FIRST Scholarship by clicking the link below!

https://flipgrid.com/s/KbsoxmRoifs-BvcF

 

STEM Teach Scholarship

 

Learn about the STEM Teach Scholarship by clicking here!

 

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