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Ph.D. - Science Education University of California
Ph.D. - University of Wisconsin
Area(s) of Expertise:
Eliciting Student Knowledge within a Formative Assessment Framework to Enhance Teaching and Learning.
Awards and Honors:
Mark Cary Reflective Learner
- University of California DavisTeacher of the Year Nominee
- Sacramento City Unified School DistrictTeacher Education Fellow
- University of California DavisCertificate of Recognition
- Meta Cultural Development Association - USACertificate of Recognition
- Cameroonian Society of Engineers in the USA
Ateh, Comfort., New England Educational Research Organization (NERO), West Dover, VT, "Paper: Lesson Plan in Anticipation for Formative Assessment". May, 2014.
Ateh, Comfort., National Technology and Social Science, Las Vegas, NV, "Paper: Common Core Standards: A Tool to Enhance Pre-Service Teachers' Knowledge on Formative Assessment". April, 2014.
Ateh, Comfort., Association for Science Teacher Education , Association for Science Teacher Education , Charleston, SC, "An Analysis of Pre-Service Science Teachers' Evolving Knowledge in Formative Assessment". January, 2013.
Ateh, Comfort., California Council on Teacher Education: Race, Student Engagement, and Schooling Practices, San Jose, CA, "Poster: Closing the Theoretical-Practical Gap: Case of Preservice Teachers Engaged in Service Learning in an Urban Education Course". March, 2012.
Ateh, Comfort., American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America & Soil Science Society of America, San Antonio, TX, "Paper: Transferring Underlying Principles of Effective Agronomic Reforms to Educational Reforms". October, 2011.
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