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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.
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Teachers and fellows clarify respective roles and responsibilities. Matching teacher-fellow expectations
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