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CSU SAN BERNARDINO NOYCE FELLOWSHIPS

A National Science Foundation funded project Sponsored by California State University, San Bernardino and San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Who can apply to be a Noyce Teaching or Master Teaching Fellow? Teaching Fellows: o Math credential candidates o Beginning secondary math teachers Master Teaching Fellows: o Veteran secondary math teachers with a masters degree Teaching Fellows and Master Teaching Fellows will: Receive up to $10,000 per year for five years of participation in the program while teaching full-time in your current school district. Earn a Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics (MAT) at CSUSB Participate in lesson study teams supported by your district. Attend local, regional, and national conferences while having attendance and travel supported by the grant! Master Teaching Fellows will also: Have opportunities to serve as mentors and in other district leadership positions. Attend mentoring training. Learn to facilitate professional development. For more information please contact: Davida Fischman, Dept. of Mathematics, CSUSB [email protected], 909-537-7580 Carol Cronk, SBCSS Mathematics Coordinator, [email protected], 909-386-2623 Sarah Winter, CEME Program Assistant, [email protected], 909-537-7574

CSU SAN BERNARDINO NOYCE FELLOWSHIPS

Noyce Fellowships at a Glance

Benefits to the Noyce Fellow: Up to $10,000 per year of participation, for five years Earn a Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics (MAT) at CSUSB Participate in lesson study teams supported by your district Attend Noyce Seminars on mathematics education Attend local, regional and national conferences (attendance and travel supported by the grant) Obligations of the Noyce Fellow: Maintain good standing in the MAT program until earning the MAT degree Participate in Noyce surveys and external program evaluation for a period of 7 years Participate in in-person and electronic dialogs with other Noyce colleagues Participate in quarterly or monthly seminars and meetings as scheduled Attend local, regional, and national conferences as appropriate Additional benefits to the Noyce Master Teaching Fellow: Have opportunities to serve as mentors and in other district leadership positions Attend other mentoring training Learn to facilitate professional development Obligations of the Noyce Teaching Fellow: Participate in surveys and external program evaluation for a period of 7 years Participate in in-person and electronic dialogs with other Noyce colleagues Participate in quarterly or monthly seminars, as scheduled Attend local, regional, and national conferences Who can apply to be a Noyce Teaching or Master Teaching Fellow? Teaching Fellows: o Math credential candidates o Beginning math teachers Master Teaching Fellows: o Veteran math teachers with a masters degree For more information please contact: Davida Fischman, Dept. of Mathematics, CSUSB [email protected], 909-537-7580 Carol Cronk, SBCSS Mathematics Coordinator, [email protected], 909-386-2623 Sarah Winter, CEME Program Assistant, [email protected], 909-537-7574

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