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

 

 

Symposia

(90 minutes)

 

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

 

1. Robin Patterson, Butler County Community College

    Suzanne Anglehart, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

    Susan Merkel, Cornell University

            The Professional Society’s Role in Improving Science Education:  The American

Society for Microbiology as a Model”

 

2. Tom Stone, OCEPT Excel Strand Leader

    Tom Dick, Oregon State University

    Anna Cavinato, Eastern Oregon University

    Kay Firor, Eastern Oregon University

            “Excel: Peer Teaching in Collaborative Groups”

 

3. Elizabeth L. Ambos, California State University - Long Beach

    Glenn M. Nagel, California State University - Long Beach

    William C. Ritz, California State University - Long Beach

“The Promise of ‘Forever’: Pathways to Long-Term Sustainability in Teacher Preparation Program Change”

 

4. Eleanor Siebert,  Mount St. Mary’s College

    William J. McIntosh, Delaware State University

    Judith E. Heady, University of Michigan - Dearborn

“College Pathways to the Science Education Standards”

 

5. Charlene D’Avanzo, Hampshire College

    Diane Ebert-May, Michigan State University

    Laura Wenk, Hampshire College

    Neil Stillings, Hampshire College

    Richard Yuretich, University of Massachusetts

            “Evaluating Critical Thinking” or “Why College Science Faculty Should Learn About Research and Evaluation of Higher Order Thinking”