ERIC Number: ED387317
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
TTIP: Texas Teacher Internship Program 1994 Curriculum Implementation Plans.
Walenta, Brian T., Ed.
The Texas Teacher Internship Program (TTIP) is a competitive program for science, technology and mathematics teachers who serve as summer interns at industry and university sites in order to experience real world applications of the subjects they teach. This document contains curriculum implementation plans developed by the teachers to illustrate how they would translate the summer experience into the subsequent year's classroom curricula. Topics covered in the curriculum plans include: industrial technology; information super highway; medical science; environmental resources; computer literacy; biology; DNA; algebra; data collection and analysis; integrating computers with business and science; mathematics; water pollution and analysis; photosynthesis; cellular respiration; endangered species; earth science; career opportunities; communication skills; critical thinking skills; bacteriology; physics; scientific method and research equipment; organic synthesis and gas chromatography; and cooperative learning. Appendices contain intern information list, teacher intern pre-questionnaire, teacher evaluations, mentor/coordinator pre-questionnaire, mentor program evaluation and orientation session evaluation. (JRH)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Tests/Questionnaires
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Texas Alliance for Science, Technology, and Mathematics Education, College Station.