Hubert M. Dyasi, Ph.D.
- Roles: Project Guest
- Higher Ed: Education
BIOHubert M. Dyasi is a retired professor of science education at the City College (City University of New York), where he has directed science teacher development programs serving school districts in New York City Instructional Regions. He received his Ph.D. in science education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and has been a Visiting Scholar at The University of Oxford (England) and the California Institute of Technology, a Fellow of the National Institute for Science Education, and a member of the National Research Councils Committee on Science Education K-12. In New York he has taught undergraduate and graduate science education courses and supervises school-based student teachers; he also worked collaboratively with the State, schools, and school districts developing their science education programs, and with their staff in the implementation of science inquiry education in classrooms. His publications include contributing authorship of books such as Designing Professional Development for Teachers of Science and Mathematics (Corwin Press, 2003); the National Science Education Standards (National Academy Press, 1996); Inquiry and the National Science Education Standards: A Guide for Teaching and Learning (National Academy Press, 2000). He serves on a number of Advisory Boards including the National Science Resources Center, the San Francisco Exploratorium, First Hand Learning, and TERC. In 2004 he served on the National Research Councils Committee on High School Science Laboratories: Role and Vision.
Professional Development of K-8 teachers of science