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Michael Tate    



Keene State College
BS Ed Science minor Math ‘63

University of New Hampshire M Ed Chemistry ’67; Continuing graduate study: University of Arkansas, Atomic & Nuclear Chemistry; Montana State University, Teaching Chemistry through Instrumentation; University of New Hampshire, Clinical Supervision & Curriculum Development

Alvirne High School
Hudson, NH teaching science courses, Class of 1970 Yearbook Dedication; Chelmsford High School (31 yrs) teaching Chemistry & Physics, Science Department Team Leader, Department Chairperson, Involvement with numerous innovative educational changes: Flexible Modular Scheduling, 7-period day, Block Scheduling, “Slide Rules to Calculators to full time Science Computer Lab”, Unified departmental exams, MCAS State Testing and No Child Left Behind. Stated interactive TV coursework between CHS and UMass-Lowell, “Teachers helping Teachers Program” with UMass-Lowell education graduate school and CHS, Advisor to CHS Rufus Porter Society; Track Official for all home track meets; Teacher advisory board –Umass-Lowell Graduate Department of Ed; National presentations at: Science Teachers Convention- Washington, DC “Involving Local Industries in Science Education”, Science Teachers Convention-Seattle, WA “The Use of Two-way TV in Science Education”, Association of Schools of Education Convention “”Use of Televised Classes to be Observed by Pre- service Teachers”; Member of: National Science Teachers Association, American Chemical Society, MA Association of Science Supervisors, National Science Education Leadership Council; Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities; CHS Class of 1998 Yearbook dedication