Andrews Institute News

Monica Amyett — First-Place High School Winner – Azle

Science Education doctoral candidate Monica Amyett was named a first place winner of the 2017 Ernest and Sarah Butler Award for Excellence in Science Teaching, awarded by the Texas Medical Association. Amyett teaches high school biology and established a robotics team and STEM program at Azle high school.

Doctoral student Daniella Biffi uses the Peruvian Food Chain Jenga in Zorritos, Peru

The tool has been tested in schools in Texas and is being tested in Peru.

Events

Free public lecture with Rebecca Reeder-Hunt

September 20
5:30 p.m
Palko Hall, Room 130

Rebecca Reeder-Hunt ’73 will share her experiences as a citizen scientist volunteering with Oranguatan Foundation International, and the power of a degree in education.

Research

Research

The Andrews Institute is committed to a cycle of teaching and learning in which teachers, students and university faculty learn new
information about best practice in teaching mathematics and science.

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Outreach

Outreach

We reach out to teachers through
professional development workshops, to K-12 students through our student engagements, and to the greater community through
lectures and sponsored events.

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Grants and Gifts

Grants and Gifts

Whether you give to the Andrews Institute through a one-time donation or endowment, we appreciate all of our supporters. Your
generosity allows us to better meet the needs of children and teachers in North Texas.

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