Terry K. Talley




Dr. Talley holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in science from the Mississippi University for Women and an Ed.D. in Curriculum, Instruction and Administration from the University of North Texas. Dr. Talley joined the Center for Digital Learning and Scholarship recently as the Assistant Director for Professional Learning. Prior to joining Rice, she was at the SRT-STEM center as Program Director for Education Outreach upon her retirement with 20 years in public education.

Terry’s career began as a secondary science teacher working with students in grades 6-9 for 14 years. She later served as Dean of Instruction, science teacher specialist and eventually supervisor for science in two large north Texas Independent School Districts. Terry Talley was also an instructor in the College of Education at the University of North Texas.

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May 12th 2014

This course is designed to guide science educators towards an understanding of the Framework for K-12 Science Education and how, when integrated with the Scientific and Engineering Design Practices and Crosscutting Concepts are the basis for classroom instruction using the Next Generation Science Standards.

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Apr 7th 2014

In this course, teachers will develop the skills essential to move from a top-down content delivery model of science instruction to one in which the teacher is a guide, enabling students to create shared meaning of important science concepts.

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