PIMSER is again partnering with the Department of Mathematics and Statistics to present EKU's 17th annual Mathematics Teachers Conference. This conference is designed for in-service and pre-service teachers of mathematics. Dr.
PIMSER Regional Teacher Partner Stephanie Harmon (Rockcastle County High School) was the lead author for the article "Using Scientific Argumentation to Understand Human Impact on Earth" featured in the February edition of NSTA's Science Teacher.
A reception was held on Oct. 6 to welcome the Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform (PIMSER) and its Regional Teacher Partners (Master Teachers) to EKU. PIMSER is a branded name across Kentucky for providing high quality support for P-20 STEM improvement. PIMSER is directed by Dr. Kim Zeidler-Watters.
Teachers from several western Kentucky school districts recently completed the first year of a Math and Science Partnership project called ASSESS – Assessments of Science Enabling Successful Students – funded by the Kentucky Department of Education.
UK Tomorrow Corps Offers Unique Opportunity for UK Students, Appalachian Communities
Partnership for Math and Science Outreach Regional Teacher Partners trained undergraduate and graduate students in UK Tomorrow Corps on literacy and mathematics, enabling the interns to tutor students ages K-12 throughout 19 Eastern Kentucky counties.
PIMSER Regional Teacher Partner Diane Johnson received the Sherry Fox Distinguished Service Award in the field of science education at the Kentucky Science Teachers Association’s annual conference in Lexington Nov. 5-7, 2015.
Diane Johnson contributed the opening article “It’s the Law! Using the matter and energy crosscutting concept as a tool for analysis” featured in the October 2015 edition of the Kentucky Department of Education's Science Connection newsletter.