ACS and the Chemistry Teacher Education Coalition Documents
written by Mary Kirchhoff and Terri Taylor
Chemistry plays a pivotal role in STEM education. However, as in physics, there is a considerable shortage of highly qualified high school chemistry teachers in our nation. The American Chemical Society (ACS) and its Society Committee on Education (SOCED) recognize the critical role of the chemistry community in preparing the high school chemistry teachers of tomorrow and are exploring the creation of CTEC (Chemistry Teacher Education Coalition), modeled after the very successful PTEC project. What should be the strategic goals, objectives, and activities for CTEC? What are the elements of a successful CTEC project for supporting and improving chemistry teacher education? How can CTEC partner with PTEC to further our mutual objectives?
- Download ACS and the Chemistry Teacher Education Coalition.pdf – 42kb Adobe PDF Document
Last Modified February 24, 2010