About the Program
This graduate certificate will focus on the development of K-12 STEM teacher leaders through experiences in exploring standards, curriculum reform, emergent pedagogies and assessment tools and communities of practice (e.g., professional learning communities, instructional coaching, community-based advocacy, and mentoring). Graduates of this certificate will be able to advocate for stronger (more equitable) learning spaces in K-12 STEM education.
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