The inaugural Teacher Research Symposium was held on Tuesday, May 4th from 1:00-4:00 p.m. around the hallways on the 2nd floor of Farish Hall.
Almost 300 undergraduate teacher education candidates presented the results of their teaching inquiry research studies in poster session format.
The event was well attended by faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students who support teacher research in our college, as well as QEP-funded undergraduate research initiatives at the University of Houston!
The UH Teacher Education Program has been recognized by the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) as the Distinguished Program in Teacher Education at the University of Houston. Students in the QUEST Program learn to teach with the latest research-based strategies and modern technologies from a world-class faculty. Future teachers participate in early and continued field experiences in urban schools, doing the real work of real teachers.