MSED Student Wins ACT Institute Award
Mathematics and Science Education student teacher, Julia Gonzalez (B.S. Physics Ed. '13) was awarded multiple honors for coaching the ACT prep team at Chicago's Juarez High School. The ACT Institute, organized in 2010 by Chicago Public Schools Juarez High School, prepares college juniors for ACT college entrance exams.
Julia's ongoing work with high school juniors preparing for the ACT resulted in three awards. She coached the team with the highest composite science score and the team with the most improved science composite score. Ms. Gonzalez also coached the student with the highest composite score in science in the institute's history.
On May 18, 2013, Ms. Gonzales graduated from IIT College of Science and Letters as the first student to earn a degree in physics education. She plans to teach high school physics in the Chicago area.
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- Spring 2013
- Math and Science Education congratulates our 2013 graduates!
- Summer 2013
- IITís Math and Science Education Leadership Cohort begins July 2013. The Leadership Cohort offers teachers a one-year Masterís in Science Education or Masterís in Mathematics Education degree. A minimum of three years experience teaching grades 6-12 mathematics or science is preferred. Applications should be submitted to IIT graduate admissions, no later than May 31, 2013. Space is limited.