Jose Sanchez

Assistant in K12

Director's Office, Center for Integrating Research & Learning

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Contact Information

Email sanchez@magnet.fsu.edu
Phone (850) 645-0033
Fax (850) XXX-XXXX
Address 1800 E. Paul Dirac Dr.
Tallahassee , FL 32310-3706
Building NHMFL FSU

Educational Background

  • 2002, M.S., Science Education, The Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
  • 1996, B.S., Science/Math Teaching, The Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Professional Experience

  • August 1996 2005 High School Math and Physics Teacher
  • Summer 1998 & 2005 RET participant, NHMFL Tallahassee, FL
  • Summer 2000 Upwardbound CARE Mentor The Florida State University

Publications and Scientific Activities

    2014

    1. Misconceptions of Nature of Science In k-12 Science Education Sanchez, J. National Science Teachers Association Orlando, Florida, United States October 6 (2014)
    2. How Science Works: Wondering, Asking, and Finding Out: The nature of science is innately built into all of us. Here are some ideas that will bring out the questioning in your students. Villa, C. and Sanchez, J. National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Regional Conference Orlando, Florida, United States November 6-8 (2014)

    2013

    1. Recruitment Practices from a National Lab Sanchez, J. University of Central Florida Undergraduate Research Symposium Orlando, Florida, United States October 11-12 (2013)

    2012

    1. Tracking REU program participants: Techniques for longitudinal assessment Nzekwe, B. and Sanchez, J. Florida Statewide Symposium – Engagement in Undergraduate Research, University of Central Florida Orlando, Florida, United States October 19-20 (2012)

    2009

    1. Research Experiences for Teachers at the National High Magnetic Field Lab Sanchez, J. Materials Research Society Boston, Massachusetts, United States March 13-15 (2009)