Alumni, undergraduate and graduate students are invited to join Teacher Prep  for an evening of reflection, laughter, and thought-provoking discussion. Featured alumni will discuss life after Princeton and their experiences as lifelong learners. Alumni, undergraduate and graduate students are invited to join us for an evening of reflection, laughter, and thought-provoking discussion. Panelists include Dr. Nolis Arkoulakis ‘88, Barbara Fortunato ‘98, Cindy Assini ‘04, Jeff King ‘10, and Angela Bardes ‘10.
Teacher Prep is excited to have the following 3 full time student teachers back in the classroom this semester (pictured from left to right): Matt Janson '00 is teaching English in East Brunswick High School Emma Claire Jones '18 is teaching Social Studies in Princeton High School Brian Foster '21 is teaching Chemistry in New Brunswick High School
Each year since 1959, Princeton University has honored at its Commencement four outstanding New Jersey teachers from public and independent schools for their contributions to the lives of the state’s secondary school students and to their school communities.  Through the generosity of an anonymous alumnus, each of the Princeton Prize for Distinguished Secondary School Teaching (DSSTA) winners receives $5,000, and each winner’s school receives an additional $3,000 for the purchase of library books.
Dr. Ashley Taylor Jaffee has joined the Program in Teacher Preparation staff as Assistant Director for Social Studies.
The Program in Teacher Preparation is proud to congratulate Sarah Betancourt ’20, Pam McGowen ’20, and Morlan Osgood ’20 for being nominated for the 2021 New Jersey Distinguished Clinical Intern Award. The annual award recognizes the top 15 graduates from the 25 educator preparation programs in New Jersey’s colleges and universities. Pam McGowen and Morlan Osgood were both honored as recipients of the award.
Princeton University's Program in Teacher Preparation is once again partnering with Math for America (MfA), along with Montclair State University and Rowan University, in offering the NJ STEM Innovation Fellowship; a teacher leader program for New Jersey elementary math teachers and coaches. The 2021-2022 cohort is comprised of outstanding elementary math teachers and coaches and who meet outside of school hours to learn about innovative STEM teaching practices. Sessions focus on problems of practice, examining student work, videos of instruction, and reflecting on pedagogy.
The Annenberg Fellowship, established through the generosity of Walter Annenberg, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a distinguished US Ambassador to the Court of St.
First-years and sophomores, come learn more about TPP at the Princeton University Certificate Expo! Join us online from 1 pm to 2:30 pm ET on Tuesday, Jan. 26 and from 3 pm to 4:30 pm ET on Friday, Feb. 5. Check your email from USG and ODOC for the meeting link. Or email
QUEST with Bedtime Math is offering a followup session, at no charge, on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 from 4-6 pm via Zoom.  If you’d like to join us, please register and we’ll send more information and the Zoom link.