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Teachers and Scholars

To acknowledge and celebrate the many people dedicated to improving student learning and literacy through teacher professional learning, curriculum development, and educational research, CHSSP will publish their interviews and profiles here. We know there are even more teachers, researchers, and leaders who deserve recognition, so please forward your suggestions to chssp@ucdavis.edu.

#IamCHSSP: Carlos Noreña

created Jun 11, 2015 11:40 AM
Q: Please describe your connection with the Project. When did you first get involved and what have you done? A: My first experience with the Project was as a faculty speaker in a summer ...

#IamCHSSP: Stephanie Reyes-Tuccio

created Jun 11, 2015 11:22 AM
Q:  Please describe your connection with the Project.  When did you first get involved and what have you done?            A: I was fortunate to be the first Director of the History Project at ...

#IamCHSSP: Nancy Witt

created Jun 10, 2015 11:01 AM
  Diane L Brooks Award recipient, curriculum coach, teacher specialist, and teacher leader, Nancy Witt, shares her history with CHSSP and some of the things she values most about her work with ...

#IamCHSSP: Sarah Gold McBride

created Jun 10, 2015 11:00 AM
#IamCHSSP: Sarah Gold McBride Sarah Gold McBride has contributed in many ways to the UCBHSSP, including her role in the creation of The Teaching History: Historical Thinking Across the K-16 ...

#IamCHSSP: Jasmin Brown

created Jun 10, 2015 10:58 AM
Did you know Jasmin Brown, CHSSP participant, teacher leader, and curriculum developer, was a conference star? In this interview, she outlines her contributions to CHSSP, shares her views on CHSSP ...
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