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Over 50 math and science teachers, teacher candidates, and teacher leaders flocked to campus for the inaugural 2017 Ambitious Math and Science Summer Institute (AMSSI) on June 27-30, co-sponsored by the College of Science, the College of Education and the Oregon Department of Education.
"I am honored to be asked to help continue and grow the impact in teaching, research and service that is being done in the College of Education. The mission of the college is to prepare, inspire and support teachers, counselors, educational leaders, researchers and volunteers. This is a very important role and engages Oregon State in working with educators and promoting lifelong learning in K-12 schools, colleges and universities and throughout our communities.
We will continue to embrace innovation in all that we do in the college." - Toni Doolen, Dean, College of Education
Sunddip Aguilar, an instructor at Oregon State University College of Education, said pod clusters and technology integration are transforming curriculum for the better.
His love of education was encouraged by his former principal at Duncan Chapel Elementary school, Jay Casbon, who later became his mentor at Lewis and Clark College in Portland and the Oregon State University in Bend, Oregon where Scott earned his doctorate.
The socioeconomic status of the student body and the college or university’s revenue and expenditures serve as a predictors of a student’s chances of success at four-year broad access colleges and universities, said Gloria Crisp, an associate professor in OSU’s College of Education.
In the analysis, Karen Thompson, an assistant professor in the College of Education, also found that the math obstacle was often more pronounced in students not proficient in English.