1. Zen Borys
  2. Visiting Assistant Professor
  4. University of Rochester, Warner School of Education, Univ of Rochester, Center for Professional Dev and Ed Reform
  1. Warner School Education
  2. Ph.D. Student
  4. Warner School of Education, Univ of Rochester

UR Noyce Master Teaching Fellows Program--Phase II: Leveraging Unique Opportu...

NSF Awards: 1540712

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Adult learners

We tell the story about how the Noyce Master Teacher Fellowship program at the University of Rochester supported teachers in their growth as agents of change.  Growing as teacher leaders, each fellow focused on their instructional practice and expanded their sphere of influence to positively influence their classrooms, schools, and districts. The video highlights one step in this process, leading through coaching.  This experience highlights how fellows' identities as teacher leaders have grown and illustrates how they work as agents of change in their teaching contexts. Using the voices of the leadership team and a fellow we illustrate how this work impacts teachers and schools in the quest of improving STEM education.

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