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Frederick W. Freking

March 4th, 2016
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Freking and PhD student Young to speak at SXSWedu 2016

Will present hands-on demonstration of Speedometry

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December 11th, 2015
USC Viterbi student shows fourth and fifth graders how to control Scribbler robots
A USC Viterbi student shows the fourth and fifth graders how to control Scribbler robots.

Alumna showing how inquiry-based science can inspire students

D. J. Kast BS ’11, MS ’11, MAT ’14 collaborates with USC Viterbi on after-school workshop

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October 30th, 2015
More than 60 partners attended the event headlined “Preparing 100,000 Excellent STEM Teachers.”
More than 60 partners attended the event headlined “Preparing 100,000 Excellent STEM Teachers.”

Stowe and Freking invited to White House STEM gathering

Event celebrates 100Kin10, which is mobilizing its partners to prepare 100,000 “excellent” STEM teachers by 2021

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November 18th, 2014
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Freking gives Speedometry demo on Denver’s KWGN TV

USC Rossier – Mattel collaboration emphasizes hands-on learning

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November 18th, 2013
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How Will the Next Generation Science Standards Affect Research and Practice?

In September 2013, California became the seventh state to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), new K-12 science standards that move from what students are expected to know to what they are expected to do. The new standards focus on…

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August 28th, 2013

Faculty at the Forefront

Faculty News Dean Karen Symms Gallagher was awarded the first Provost’s Prize for Innovation in Educational Practice at USC during the 32nd annual Academic Honors Convocation in April. Gallagher was honored for contributing to the university’s reputation as a pioneer in online learning with USC Rossier’s online degree programs. USC President C. L. Max Nikias, […]

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July 2nd, 2013
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USC Rossier Partners with Mattel to Teach Science and Math with Hot Wheels Toys

USC Rossier School of Education researchers are developing an engaging, free curriculum that uses Hot Wheels toys to teach science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), with support from the Mattel Children’s Foundation. The partnership includes several USC Rossier faculty members who specialize in STEM curriculum, including Frederick Freking, Angela “Laila” Hasan, Julie Marsh, Morgan Polikoff, […]

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April 26th, 2013
Chinese delegation from Beijing Normal University
Chinese delegation from Beijing Normal University

Rossier strengthens ties with Beijing Normal University

A delegation of faculty members from Beijing Normal University, the top-ranked Chinese school of education, visited Rossier on April 26, 2013 en route to the AERA conference in San Francisco. Rossier and Beijing Normal University faculty have collaborated for many years, including EdD study tours. The highlight of the meeting was when the deans of […]

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April 19th, 2012

Rossier faculty, students and research associates presented at AERA annual meeting

More than 30 faculty members and 50 doctoral students and research associates presented their research at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting in Vancouver this past week.

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April 9th, 2012
As part of the USC Robert Noyce Science Scholarship Program, Rossier is introducing science teachers to resources in museums. Our Science Scholars in the MAT program recently met with Natural History Museum scientists and science educators to talk about how to use the NHM exhibits and activities in their future science teaching.
Julio Franklin Ferrufino, Ana Christina Lee Escudero, Laura Rameriz, Heidy Hernandez, Lorenza Della Donna, Patrick Thrasher, Odara Pineda, and Fred Freking

MAT Science Scholars recently met with Natural History Museum scientists and educators

As part of the USC Robert Noyce Science Scholarship Program, Rossier is introducing science teachers to resources in museums.

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