HENRY N. DREWRY became the director of the newly established Program in Teacher Preparation in 1968. He was instrumental in developing the program and in gaining state approval for granting NJ State teacher certification in 1969. He arrived from Princeton High School, where he taught history for 14 years, served as the Department Chair, and was the school’s only Black teacher at the time of his hiring. Drewry became one of the first Black administrators at Princeton University and also taught the university’s first courses in black history and culture.
With a new school year officially underway, Teacher Prep is excited to have the following 8 student teachers ready to begin...
The Program in Teacher Preparation is proud to announce the selection of An Chu ’17, Natalie Rodriguez-Nelson ’18, and Katie Zaeh ’10 as recipients of the 2018 State of New Jersey Distinguished Clinical Intern Award.
The Program in Teacher Preparation is proud to announce the selection of An Chu ’17, Natalie Rodriguez-Nelson ’18, and Katie Zaeh ’10 as recipients of the 2018 State of New Jersey Distinguished Clinical Intern Award. Fifteen student teachers are selected for the award each year by the New Jersey Department of Education, recognizing the recipients as the top graduates from the 25 educator preparation programs in New Jersey’s colleges and universities. The awards were presented in a ceremon
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The Sherborne Fellowship application deadline has been extended to March 16, 2018. Please see the fellowship page for more details as well as the Haberdasher-Aske Fellowship (deadline 3/12).
It is with a heavy heart that Teacher Prep shares the news of the passing of our longtime colleague, Torey Wilson. Torey served as a program associate and lecturer in the Program in Teacher Preparation since 2002. He also served as associate director of the Princeton University Preparatory Program until this past September, when he was named assistant director of the Prison Teaching Initiative. Please join us on Wednesday, February 7, as we remember our dear friend and colleague Torey Wilson. Friend Center Convocation Room, corner of William and Olden St.
Teacher Prep is pleased to announce two new fellowships for the 2018-19 academic year at the Sherborne School in Dorset, England and at the Haberdasher Aske School near London. The Sherborne School is seeking two fellows, Math and Art and the Habserdasher Aske is open to all academic areas. Please visit our fellowship page for more information and application specifics.
The Teaching Experience for Undergraduates (TEU) program is accepting applications for the summer 2018 math and science programs through February 28th. TEU provides a rich summer experience for undergraduates from 61 partner liberal arts institutions interested in secondary STEM teaching careers. Teacher Prep students who have attended have found the TEU very valuable in furthering their understandings of math/science pedagogy and leadership. A summer stipend, as well as living expenses are provided.
TPP Program Associate and Lecturer, Torey Willson, was recently named the administrator director of Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI) which has become part of the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. The move is intended to better support PTI’s many volunteer instructors, who teach college courses to incarcerated students. In addition to being named a director at PTI, Mr. Wilson will continue as a Program Associate with Teacher Prep.
Teacher Preparation is pleased to share with you the Office of the Dean of the College's recent announcement of the promotions of Jason Klugman and QuinnShauna Felder-Snipes.