Effective Science Teaching for English Language Learners (ESTELL): A Pre-Service Teacher Professional Development Research Project project is funded by the National Science Foundation DR-K-12 Discovery Research Program. The ESTELL project focuses on improving the science teaching and learning of K-6 linguistic minority students who are currently underserved in K-6 education through improving the pre-service education of elementary school teachers.
Assistant Professor, Science Education
About Me (Bio)
Jerome Shaw is Co-Principal Investigator for the ESTELL project for which his primary responsibility is to lead the Student Achievement Study strand of work. Dr. Shaw is an Assistant Professor of Science Education at the University of California, Santa Cruz where his research focuses on the assessment of student learning in science. Dr. Shaw received his doctorate from the Stanford University School of Education and has extensive experience working with K-12 science educators to enhance science teaching and learning, especially for English Language Learners.
University of California, Santa Cruz (UC Santa Cruz), San Diego State University (SDSU), San Francisco State University (SFSU)