The most beneficial and most enjoyable part of the aggieTEACH Program has been the teacher observation. I was able to help some of the students and look at the classroom in a different respect. Instead of seeing it as a student, I was able to see it as a teacher and feel some of the satisfaction a teacher can feel.

- Matthew Berry, '06

Professional Development

Texas Regional Collaboratives

Also known as "TRC" is a high-intensity professional development and mentoring to K-12 teachers across the state. Learn More.

USDA Future Scientists Initiative

This multi-year project invites middle school teachers, students and their parents to become directly involved in the research being conducted by U.S. Department of Agriculture laboratories in their local communities. Learn More.

Advanced Placement® Institutes

Led by experienced AP consultants and Texas A&M faculty, one-week workshops in chemistry, mathematics, biology, physics and statistics bring teachers up to date in their subjects and introduce them to new ways to present the material in the classroom. Some of the workshops also offer graduate academic credit to teachers who complete them. Learn More.

Type B Teacher Quality Grant

The fundamental goal of these Teacher Quality Grants is to provide content and pedagogical instruction to uncertified, novice, and/or otherwise "under-qualified" science instructors in order to raise them "highly qualified" status. Learn More.

G Camp

G-Camp is a 17-day field camp for 4th - 12th grade science teachers that gives you first-hand experience with the principles of geology in the field, helps you develop new curriculum and virtual fieldtrips for your classroom, and makes learning fun and exciting out of doors. Learn More.