New Team Members Committed to Cal Teach

Friday, October 24, 2014

Fall brought not only a new academic year, but also several new faces to the Cal Teach Berkeley team. Though they each have different roles, these staff members share a dedication to the success of the Cal Teach program, students, faculty, and mentor teachers.  [more]

Teacher in Residence Year Offers Multiple Benefits

Thursday, October 9, 2014

The five-year Math for America (MfA) Berkeley Master Teacher Fellowship provides Bay Area teachers with many opportunities. For teachers like Marlo Warburton, Toai Dao, or Marcus Hung, none surpass the Teacher in Residence (TIR) year.  [more]

Campus Partnership Brings First Teaching Credential Candidate to Berkeley

When Tina Kuang arrived for classes this semester, she became a first for Cal Teach Berkeley. Never before had an undergraduate come from Merced to Berkeley for a teaching credential as part of…  [more]

Marking A Year of Accomplishments

Cal Teach and Math for America Berkeley showcased teachers of today and tomorrow in two recent events…[more]

The Next Step to Teaching

For some Berkeley students, Cal Teach doesn’t end with graduation. They go on to complete…  [more]

A Perfect Pairing for Teachers and Cal Teach Students

When veteran teachers and Cal Teach students come together for a summer research experience…  [more]

First Graduate With Teaching Credential Continues to Learn and Lead

Stephanie Morgado still remembers the moment she knew a career in teaching was right for her. As she conducted an electricity exeriment in a 4th grade Oakland classroom…  [more]

Cal Teach Advising Provides Information and Perspective

Which class should I take next? What is the field placement like? Is it too late for me to complete a Cal Teach minor? What do I need to do to earn a teaching credential?  [more]

Bay Area teachers get hands-on math and science experience

Article from Contra Costa Times

This fall, when students ask Chuck Perez and Kavous Mazaheri why learning math is relevant to their success in life, the teachers will know exactly what to say.  [more]

UC Berkeley alumni awarded five-year teaching fellowship for career endeavors

Article from College of Letters and Science, University of California Berkeley

Two UC Berkeley alumni will have $175,000 and the expertise of an entire nation of teachers as they look for teaching jobs in the Bay Area this fall.

Andrea Negrete and Andrew McCarty were named 2012 fellows of…  [more]

Cal Teach Graduates First Credentialed Teacher

Article from The Daily Californian

Becoming a teacher was just about the last thing on Stephanie Morgado’s mind when she started her studies at Berkeley five years ago. In fact, an early attempt at teaching had turned her against the profession before she even set foot at Cal. But a chance enrollment…  [more]