To the College of Education
The STEM Mini-Grants Program at Georgia College is pleased to announce FY13 awards for projects that aim to advance innovative teaching and learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The proposal review panel recommended 9 projects for funding for a total of $54,350 for FY13.
Project Investigators: Cynthia Alby, Angel Abney
Collaborators: Jennifer Wood, Kathy Westbrook, Luccas McDonald, Lyndall Dillon, Rui Kang
Project Title: Integrated Math for the Common Core: Establishing Early College as a Model Math Program
Department/Discipline: Foundations and Secondary Education, Mathematics
Project Investigator: Lyndall Muschell
Collaborators: Holley Roberts, Christine Mutiti
Project Title: Providing Early Childhood preservice teachers with increased science content knowledge and effective teaching Strategies – Year 2
Department/Discipline: Early Childhood Education
Project Investigator: Sandra Webb
Collaborators: Victoria Deneroff, Ruth Eilers, Kathy Garland, Rui Kang, Chiquita Dinkins, Tara Jones-Lawrence, Robert Winborne, Tamara Serls, Jacqueline Bowman, Michelle Braswell, Reah Carroll
Project Title: STEM interdisciplinary learning community: critical thinking by focusing on explaining and elaborating in lesson study investigations
GC Faculty Research Grant, Vickie Deneroff, Middle Grades Education, Understanding Science Teaching through Narratives of Practice
2010 National Science Foundation Grant, Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program for $74,821 to Dr. Victoria Deneroff and Dr. Rosalie Richards.
Georgia Power New Teacher Grants