Graduate School of Education News
Dean Gess-Newsome's paper selected for national award
Graduate School of Education Dean Julie Gess-Newsome was selected recently by the NARST, a worldwide organization for improving science teaching and learning through research, for award recognition: The 2012 NARST Outstanding Paper Award.
Her paper titled Enhancing Teacher Knowledge and Pedagogical Reasoning: A Case Study of Cooperating Science Teachers That Mentor Preservice Teachers won out among all papers nominated for the award and presented at the 2011 NARST International Annual Meeting.
Dean Gess-Newsome has been invited to accept her award in Indianapolis later this year.