Physics Education Research at CU-Boulder





Local Education Initiatives

PhysTEC

Building on local resources, networks, and projects, the Colorado PhysTEC will: support the (re)vitalization of an undergraduate major track in physics and teaching through reforms in undergraduate introductory courses, and increased access into teaching for physics majors; support efforts to more thoroughly mix reformed pedagogy into departmental practice; partner with the School of Education, the STEM-TP collaborative, the CPU-II PET Project, and local schools to create and maintain a continuum of K-12 teacher preparation that begins in the college of Arts and Sciences; partner with other CU initiatives and local schools to create opportunities for school teachers to collaborate in educational at the university and in the schools, and conduct research studies within and evaluations of these coordinated activity systems.

 

Resources for Graduate TA's

A variety of materials for graduate students as they teach.