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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., 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.
Ateh, Comfort., New England Educational Research Organization, New Bedford, MA, "Teachers' Perspectives on their Elicitations Informs their Formative Assessment Practice". April, 2011.
Ateh, Comfort., Rhode Island Science Teachers Association, Providence, RI, "The Essence of Science Teachers' Perspectives on the Elicitation Practices During Instruction". April, 2011.
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