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San Diego State University


Elsa Feher


Feher represents the informal learning component in the Joint UCSDSU Doctoral Program in Math and Science Education. Her current research interests focus on problems of design of tools and activities for science learning.

Feher has been heavily involved in the development of interactive exhibits and exhibit-based programs at San Diego's museum, the Reuben Fleet Science Center. With major funding from the National Science Foundation, she has created three exhibitions ("About Faces," "Symmetry, A Universe by Design," and "Signals, From Semaphores to Cyberspace") that are traveling nationally and internationally.

Feher spearheaded the activity- and inquiry-based curriculum in science for prospective elementary school teachers at SDSU.


 Elsa Feher

  Elsa Feher

  Professor Emerita
  of Physics