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Teacher-Fellow Partnerships in ECOS : Successes and Challenges Dave Oberbillig and Brooke McBride The University of Montana- Missoula, MT
Challenges for Teacher-Fellow Partnerships: 3 Main Themes Translating research for K-12 audience Building infrastructure on schoolyards Matching teacher-fellow expectations
Translating research for K-12 audience Fellows use research expertise to develop curricula and inquiries.
Building infrastructure on schoolyards Teachers and fellows collaborate to establish demonstration projects.
Building infrastructure on schoolyards Big Sky High School… Burning Questions.
Teachers and fellows clarify respective roles and responsibilities. Matching teacher-fellow expectations
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Presenter or main title… Session Title or subtitle… Look-Here Conference! 8 th February 2011 Catherine Grout: JISC Director e-Content.
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