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Re: [Phys-l] how to spend professional development money

Do a physics pedagogy masters degree -- the MNS degree program in Physics at ASU or our MSEd (Physics) program at SUNY-Buffalo State Physics, or cherry pick the summer intensive modeling courses (and others) at least.

Also consider some online graduate physics courses specifically for HS physics teachers:

NCSU <>,
reviewed at
< tatto_physics690_NCSUreview.doc>

UVa <>,
reviewed at < Pearson2006Online/jpteo4(1)aut06.pdf>

NTEN<> etc.

Dan MacIsaac, Associate Professor of Physics, SUNY-Buffalo State College
222SciBldg BSC, 1300 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo NY 14222 USA 716-878-3802
<> <>
Physics Graduate Coordinator & Dept Chair Pro Tem (acting Jan-Aug 2008)

On Jun 11, 2008, at 11:00 AM, ovk wrote:

Just for fun:
Let's assume you were a high school teacher teaching conceptual
physics, AP Physics B and robotics.
If you had $5,000 per year for three years ($15k total) to spend on
professional development, how would you spend it?

- Owen
(applying for prof dev grant $)
Forum for Physics Educators