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Video: Science and Math Practicum

Even as they’re learning the skills and knowledge to be an excellent educator through the WW Graduate School’s specially-designed challenge-based curriculum, they also practice and sharpen their science and math. Each week the WW Graduate School’s Faculty Mentors bring together teacher candidates in different seminars—one in math and one in science—for joint problem solving and learning. See what practicum looks like in this video:


By creating this learning space for teacher candidates, the WW Graduate School is encouraging candidates to think both large and small when it comes to teaching STEM subjects. It also provides opportunities for teacher candidates to use what they’ve developed through the challenges and design-thinking practices. Read more here.

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