UC Berkeley Announcing Jon Vitale

Jon Vitale from Columbia Teacher’s College will join the CLEAR(Cumulative Learning using Embedded Assessment Results) and CLASS (Continuous Learning and Automated Scoring in Science) NSF funded projects as a postdoctoral scholar. See TELSCenter.org for more information about the projects.

The TELS Community brings university researchers together with middle school and high school educators to improve instruction in science. Established by the National Science Foundation as a national Center for Learning and Teaching, TELS is headquartered at the University of California, Berkeley, and is directed by Professor Marcia C. Linn.

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