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University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Math and Science Learning and Education
 

Programs


​Noyce Math
The Rocky Mountain Noyce Scholars Program at the University of Colorado Denver aims to recruit, train and provide financial support for undergraduate mathematics students interested in developing the skills to become effective secondary math educators.

The PULSE Program recruits undergraduate science majors with academic talent and financial need and prepares them in an exemplary manner to pursue a secondary (grades 7-12) science teaching career in settings that​ have the greatest need for excellent teachers: high-needs local school districts.

Café Pédagogique is a monthly informal meeting for conversation and discussion of teaching and learning by the students, staff, faculty and friends of the Anschutz Medical Campus.  After each presentation there are about 20 minutes or so of questions and answers and general discussion.

Café Pédagogique is a monthly informal meeting for conversation and discussion of teaching and learning by the students, staff, faculty and friends of the Denver Campus.  After each presentation there are about 20 minutes or so of questions and answers and general discussion.

Experiential science learning is all about personal close encounters with the content, processes, and emotions of science.  Our purpose is to uncover the ways educators and students construct extraordinary science learning experiences for themselves and their peers.​

The Rocky Mountain Math Teachers' Circle is a collaboration of professional mathematicians and statisticians and middle school mathematics teachers. Our ultimate goal is to help today's students become flexible, creative and collaborative problem solvers in order to lead the U.S. in STEM-related fields in the future. ​