Five-Year Fellowship for Early-Career Science and Mathematics Teachers Moorestown, N.J., May 17, 2017 – The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) is accepting applications for 2018 Teaching Fellowships. The Knowles Teaching Fellows Program provides early-career, …Read More
Kate Miller , a 2012 KSTF Teaching Fellow and physics teacher at Washington Lee High School, recently returned from the South Pole. While there, she worked closely with scientists and engineers on the IceCube …Read More
2016 KSTF Teaching Fellow Brian Schwenk was featured in a recent article by the Fairfax County Times. To help his students learn more about renewable energy, he challenged them to develop a …Read More
In fall 2016, KSTF Senior Fellow Jim Lane spent one week in India teaching biology to Tibetan Buddhist monks through the Science for Monks Program. Read more about his experience in a recent article by the White …Read More
Maurice Telesford , KSTF Senior Fellow and president of the Ferndale Education Association, shares how he benefitted from participating in leadership training sponsored by the National Education Association in a new Education Votes feature.
Program Supports Early-Career Mathematics and Science Teachers for Five Years Moorestown, N.J., June 30, 2016 – The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation announced its selection of 34 early-career, high school mathematics …Read More
Moorestown, N.J., June 16, 2016 – The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) announced the appointment of Mr. Robert F. Morris, Jr. , Dr. Michael C. Wittmann and Dr. George M. Wohlreich to its Board of Trustees. “Each new Trustee brings a significant depth …Read More
KSTF Senior Fellow Carmen Davis has been appointed to serve as principal of Irving Middle School (Boston, Mass.) for the 2016–2017 school year, following participation in the Lynch Aspiring Principal Fellowship Program . Read more on Patch.com .
What Made me the Teacher I am Today: A Reflection by Selected Leonore Annenberg Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows
Four KSTF Fellows— Kirstin Milks (2009), Tara Parea-Palomares (2011), Katrina Stern (2012) and Katie Waddle (2010)—have writings featured in “What Made Me the Teacher I Am Today: A Reflection by Selected Leonore Annenberg Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows.” Read …Read More
Moorestown, N.J., April 29, 2016 – The Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (BSCS), the Education Development Center (EDC) and the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) are leading a Math/Science Teacher Leadership …Read More