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There are 13 Articles.

PostedTitleAuthorIn / AtTypeYear
11/22/06Making Good on Our Word: STEM Faculty and K-16 PartnershipsPenelope Earley, Patricia Maloney, Luz Mangurian, Richard Millman2006 ASHE Annual MeetingConference Paper2006
3/06/07Making Good on Our Word: STEM Faculty and K-16 Partnerships, AACTE PresentationPatricia Maloney, Penelope Earley, Luz Mangurian, Richard MillmanAACTE Annual MeetingConference Paper2007
3/20/08Examining AMSP Partnerships: Increasing Capacity for Distributed LeadershipBarbara DuncanAMSP Research ProjectWorking Paper2008
5/10/07Preservice Elementary Teachers' Understanding Of Standards-based Magnetism ConceptsRonald K. Atwood, John E. ChristopherASTE ConferenceConference Paper2007
6/18/08The Appalachian Math Science Partnership: A Multi-State Umbrella Partnership Promoting Local Mathematics And Science ReformMark St. John, Kasi Allen, Becky Carroll, Heather Mitchell, Elizabeth Horsch, Laurie LopezInverness ResearchWorking Paper2008
6/17/08The Appalachian Math Science Partnership: A Multi-State Umbrella Partnership Promoting Local Mathematics And Science Reform - CLOSE-UP PAPERSMark St. John, Kasi Allen, Becky Carroll, Heather Mitchell, Elizabeth Horsch, Laurie LopezInverness ResearchWorking Paper2008
3/15/07Appalachian Mathematics Science Partnership (AMSP) 2003-2004 Evaluation ReportKasi Fuller, Mark St. John, Michael Howard, Pamela TambeInverness ResearchReport2004
3/10/09Effects of Peer Coaching on Teachers' Collaborative Interactions and Students' Mathematics AchievementSarah Murray, Xin Ma, Joan MazurJournal of Educational ResearchPeer-Reviewed Article2009
3/15/07Pre-service Elementary Teachers' Understanding of Standards-based Magnetism ConceptsRonald Atwood, John E. ChristopherMSP Evaluation Summit IIWorking Paper2006
2/04/10Looking in All the Right Places: Data Collection for Evaluation of the AMSPEugenia Toma, John Foster, Terry HibpshmanMSP LNC 2010Conference Paper2010
5/10/07Are Inservice Elementary Teachers Prepared to Teach Fundamental Concepts of Magnets and the Behavior of Magnets?Ronald K. Atwood, John Christopher, Rebecca McNallNARSTConference Paper2007
7/19/12Inservice Elementary Teachers' Understanding Of Magnetism Concepts Before And After Non-Traditional InstructionRonald Atwood, John E. Christopher, Rebecca K. Combs, Elizabeth RolandScience EducatorPeer-Reviewed Article2009
3/15/07Elementary Teachers' Understanding of Standards-Based Light Concepts Before and After InstructionRonald K. Atwood, John E. Christopher, Rebecca McNallWorking PaperArticle2005