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Scott Gartlan

Executive Director of Charlotte Teachers Institute


Scott Gartlan (Senior Personnel, Executive Director, Charlotte Teachers Institute) is Executive Director of Charlotte Teachers Institute, a teacher professional development program housed in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at UNC Charlotte. He directs the institute serving more than 100 Charlotte-Mecklenburg teachers each year through content-rich seminars led by university faculty. His research interests include science teacher education, program evaluation, teacher professional development, and adult learning. He is an investigator on two NSF supplement awards to support graduate student career development in STEM education. He is PI on a North Carolina Humanities Council large grant to study a 2018 seminar on “The Art and Chemistry of Light.” Mr. Gartlan has mentored graduate students and undergraduate students on research projects related to teaching and learning in interdisciplinary education.


General Session featuring Scott Gartlan

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