Two Departments, Two Models of Interdisciplinary Peer Learning

by: Julianne A. Wenner and Paul J. Simmonds

On graduation, teacher candidates (TCs) are typically underprepared to teach science, particularly physical science, whereas physics graduates frequently lack training in teaching or effective communication. In response, the authors created two models for interdisciplinary peer learning where TCs were paired with either graduate or undergraduate physics students.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 9/1/2017Stock # jcst17_047_01_18Volume 047Issue 01

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