PATHWAYS TO CHANGE:

An International Conference on Transforming Math and Science Education in the K16 Continuum

 

April 18-21, 2002

Doubletree Hotel, Crystal City, Arlington VA

 

 

Panels

(60 minutes)

 

[Keynote and featured speakers], [Symposia], [Panels], [Papers], [Workshops], [Posters]

 

 

1. Sherry McCall Ross, Towson University

    Katherine Denniston, Towson University

“Research Internships for Teachers and Teachers-In-Training”

 

2. Karen Hamlin, Willamette University

    Doug Ure, Chemeketa Community College

    Renee Weber, Clatsop Community College

“Early Field Experiences:  Lessons Learned from K-12 School Practicums”

 

3. Moises Orengo-Aviles, University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez

    Canny Bellido, Extension Division, University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez

    Patricia Burrowes, University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras

    Gladys Nazario, University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras

    Edwin Vazquez, University of Puerto Rico - Cayey

“Illustrations of a Constructivist Approach to Transform and Assess the Teaching

and Learning Process in Introductory Science and Education Course”

 

4. Mark Bergland, University of Wisconsin - River Falls

    Karen Klyczek, University of Wisconsin - River Falls

    Mary Lundeberg, University of Wisconsin - River Falls

            "Using Pre-Service Science teachers as Research Assistants for Case It!, an

International Web-Based project Involving Collaborative Case-Based Learning

in Biology"

 

5. Sandra Abell, University of Missouri-Columbia

    William Boone, Indiana University

    Kate Scantlebury, University of Delaware

            “Assessing Student Science Learning”

 

6. Patricia Dean, Mary Washington College

       Debra Hydorn, Mary Washington College

       Suzanne Sumner, Mary Washington College

       Marie Sheckels, Mary Washington College

       Jeffrey Edmunds, Mary Washington College

            “Across-the-Curriculum Mathematics Courses at Mary Washington College”

 

7. Venitta McCall, Mary Washington College

    Patricia Dean, Mary Washington College

    Debra Hydorn, Mary Washington College

    Suzanne Sumner, Mary Washington College

            “The Teaching Apprentice Program at Mary Washington College”

 

8. Arun Bansil, Northeastern University

    (Other authors to be decided)

            “ELMO Project: A New Paradigm for Teaching Science to Non-science Students”

 

9. Kathleen S. Davis, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

      Nancy Rapoport, Springfield Technical Community College

      Tarin Weiss, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

      Paige Bray, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

            “Engaging Students in Equitable, Inclusive, and Participatory Science Activity: The Role of the Teacher, Pedagogy, and Educational Reform”

 

10. Penny J. Gilmer, Florida State University

      Jan McCauley, University of West Florida

      Sandra Saunders

            Experimental Learning for Pre-service Teachers”