Trellis is growing and supporting a corps of exceptional middle and high school STEM teachers in California.
Our community is growing.
Our impact is real.
Approximations of teaching practice allow teachers to "try on" core STEM teaching practice in low-stakes settings.
Trellis Teacher Scholars and Mentor Fellows come together at Mission High School in San Francisco for one of several Collaborative Learning Events in which teachers engage in approximations, observations, and debriefs of teaching practice together.
Our first three cohorts of teacher scholars will impact more than 20,000 California math and science students.
No big deal.
2019 theme: How might we ensure our classrooms, colleges, and companies are representative of our communities?
The 5th Annual UnConference took place on the evening of April 25, 2019 and drew the most diverse and largest group to date.
This year’s event kicked off with powerful performances from YouthSpeaks poets Jamey Williams (top, left) and Gato Gucamatz (top, right), and with a provocative keynote from U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Education faculty member Dr. Travis Bristol (below).
...who are working hard to serve Bay Area STEM students!
SFSU Trellis Teacher Scholars engage in Fall Demonstrations of Change in Teaching Practice with SFSU faculty members and Trellis allies.
We work for CHANGE...
The Trellis Mentor Fellows considered some of the stats describing the current state of STEM education and careers and imagined what the stats might be in ten years due to their work in their districts, schools, and communities and Trellis' work across the state.
U.C. Berkeley and Sonoma State University beginning teachers approximating and reflecting on teaching practice with mentors and students.