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Finding the Next Generation of Science Teachers
Is
Topic of Nov. 29 Breakfast Briefing

November 17, 2006 :: No. 81

What:

“Missing in Action! Where Will We Find the Next Generation of Science Teachers?”  is the topic the next Colloquium Breakfast Briefing presented by the Cal State Fullerton Colleagues of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

When:

Wednesday, Nov. 29
7 a.m. registration
7:30-9 a.m. program

Where:

Coyote Hills Golf Course
1440 E. Bastanchury Road, Fullerton

Who:

Guest speakers are Richard Lodyga, CSUF Science Education Program director, and Rod Ziolkowski, a local science teacher and lecturer in the university’s Science Education Program. The pair will discuss issues — local, statewide and national —science teachers are facing, such as curriculum standards, assessment concerns and public attitudes about science education and teaching in general. Other topics to be presented include the educational requirements, personal qualifications and costs involved to become a science teacher and how these factors affect recruiting efforts.

Sponsor:

Environmental Audit Inc.

Cost:

$10 or free to members of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Colloquium

Reservations:

Seating is limited, and reservations are required at 657-278-7018 or     dcolby@fullerton.edu

Media Contacts:

Richard Lodyga, Science Education Program, 657-278-4680 or rlodyga@fullerton.edu

Rod Ziolkowski, Science Education Program, 657-278-2307 or rziolkowski@fullerton.edu

Debra Cano Ramos, Public Affairs, 657-278-4027 or dcanoramos@fullerton.edu


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