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The Wisconsin-Spencer Doctoral Research Program: An Evaluation


by Mary Leonard & Elizabeth Fennema - 2008


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 7, 2008, p. 1379-1396
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14882, Date Accessed: 12/14/2019 5:00:19 PM
 
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  • Mary Leonard
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
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    MARY LEONARD is presently a postdoctoral researcher in Education at UW-Madison. Her research interests are teaching and learning in inquiry- and design-based science environments. She recently published an article, “Examining Tensions in a ‘Design For Science’ Activity System: Science Versus Engineering Goals and Knowledge” in the Journal of Research in Teacher Education (published by Umeå University in Sweden).
  • Elizabeth Fennema
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
    ELIZABETH FENNEMA is professor emerita of the UW-Madison School of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Her research interests are math education and gender and teaching and learning of mathematics. She was coauthor (with Thomas Carpenter) of the 1998 Educational Researcher article, “New Perspectives on Gender Differences in Mathematics.”
 
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