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June 2, 2021

Next Generation Modeling Courses for Physics Teachers

Next Generation Modeling Courses for Physics Teachers Seeking partners to help take STEM Education to the next level Written by: Mark Lattery (NGMC Director) Email:lattery@uwosh.edu STEM education works best when it is hands-on and inquiry based. Which is why we wanted share a unique partnership opportunity to enhance the way educators engage students with physics…

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May 18, 2021

Promote Smooth Instructional Delivery Transitions for Dual Enrollment Math

Blog by: Pearson High school dual enrollment teachers moving fully online from a face-to-face setting during COVID had the added challenge of remaining in sync with their college partners, but classes already using Pearson’s MyMathLab for School’s (MMLS) online platform pre-pandemic have hardly missed a beat.      As the pandemic hit, educators asked:  How do we…

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May 12, 2021

OER in Dual Enrollment

Blog written by: Jennifer Zinth, Zinth Consulting, LLC The current reality in many states of flat K-12 funding – and flat (or reduced) higher education funding – poses challenges to state and local efforts to enhance dual enrollment equity, defined in Funding for Equity as when a state’s dual enrollment student population mirrors the demographic,…

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April 6, 2021

Reaching Parents In a Pandemic

Written by: Christine Denecker, University of Findlay; OADEP President Those of us who work in the field of dual and concurrent enrollment (DE/CE), know that communication is a vital component of successful partnerships. Students, high school counselors, CE instructors, DE coordinators, college advisors, faculty liaisons, and DE teachers all need answers to questions as well as…

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