Collaboration for teachers


The Center for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education (CSMTE) at ECU held an open house for the educational community, introducing a lending library and virtual collaboration network for teachers called TeachNET.

The center has recently undergone a redesign to better serve the needs of teachers throughout eastern North Carolina. As part of this commitment to teachers, the regional lending library was unveiled at the event. This library provides access to resources that many teachers do not have access to in their schools. Teachers can access the center’s website at ecu.edu/cs-educ/csmte and search for items for their classroom to checkout.

And in response to feedback from area school personnel, the center has created an online collaboration system, TeachNET. The ECU TeachNET is an innovative platform that lets teachers across the region collaborate, access content-level experts and share lesson plans and ideas all online from their work or school computers. Many school systems are integrating iPads and iPod Touches in the classroom, so the center is also developing a mobile application that will let teachers access the TeachNET remotely in the classroom or out in the field.

The Center for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education serves eastern North Carolina with a mission to strengthen the quality and increase the size of the teaching base in mathematics and science education and increase the pool of students who graduate from North Carolina’s high schools prepared to pursue careers that require mathematics and science. CSMTE translates the findings of educational research into practices that benefit students and teachers.

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