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  1. Mike Steele
  2. Presenter’s NSFRESOURCECENTERS
  3. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee Public Schools, School District of South Milwaukee
  1. Barbara Bales
  2. Director, Strategic Initiative and Educational Innovation
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  4. University of Wisconsin System
  1. Craig Berg
  2. Professor
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  4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  1. Anja Blecking
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  3. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  1. Angela Ford
  2. Mathematics Curriculum Specialist
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  4. Milwaukee Public Schools
  1. Laura Maly
  2. Mathematics Teacher Leader
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  4. Milwaukee Public Schools
  1. Jenny Sagrillo
  2. Graduate Research Assistant
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  4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  1. rochelle sandrin
  2. Science Curriculum Specialist
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  4. Milwaukee Public Schools

The Milwaukee Master Teacher Partnership

NSF Awards: 1557397

2018 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 9-12, Adult learners

The Milwaukee Master Teacher Partnership (MMTP) is a five-year NSF Noyce Master Teacher Fellowship project between the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and high school mathematics and science teachers in Milwaukee Public Schools. The project provides opportunities for these master teachers to engage in diverse action research projects related to math and science content and pedagogy through the earning of microcredentials. Each project year, teachers identify areas of study related to their teaching, read and discuss related research, implement new pedagogical or curricular strategies, design and implement an associated action research project to study the effects, and then share results with their peers. The project simultaneously develops teacher leadership capacity, empowering them to design and implement professional development projects for peers in their department, school, or district related to their microcredential areas of study, and then study the cumulative changes in teacher and student learning.. Thus, the UW-Milwaukee and MPS partnership project  develops teachers’ content knowledge for teaching, improves the pedagogical practices that influence student learning, and develops teams of teacher leaders who design and conduct action research projects leading to iterative cycles of professional development across the district.

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