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

Proceedings

 

Abstracts and Papers Organized by Session

 

These proceedings include all the abstracts and full texts submitted by the authors of accepted papers. The abstracts are in Microsoft Word; the papers are either Word or PDF files. You will need Microsoft Word or Adobe Reader to access these files. You will also need Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later, or an equivalent web browser. 


[Home] [Abstracts and Papers by Author] [Abstracts and Papers by Session]  [Posters]


 

Time

Ballroom

Wilson/Harrison

Jackson

Jefferson

Salons

Commonwealth

Friday

             

8:30

Welcome - NSF - Norm Fortenberry

     

   

  

 

 

8:35

Prince "Reform or Revolution"

  

  

  

 

 

9:30

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

9:45

Siebert "College Pathways to the Science Education Standards"

Abstract  

Ross "Research Internships for Teachers and Teachers-In-Training"

Abstract Paper

Dean "Across-the-Curriculum Mathematics Courses.."

Abstract  

Lee "Inquiry Facilitated by Computers"

Abstract 

McCray "The Colorado/Sun Collaborative"

Abstract 

Ebert-May " Assessment - Data collection with a purpose"

Abstract

10:45

"

Break

Break

Break

"

"

11:00

"

An "The Use of Alternative Assessment Leads.."

Abstract

Oh "An Innovative Mathematics Preparation Initiative Program"

Abstract Paper

Emery and Murray "How Do You Know If They 'Got It'"

Abstract 

"

"

11:15

Break

"

"

"

  

"

11:30

Goodell "Northeast Ohio Model Schools Project"

Abstract 

Ward, "Collaborative Supervision"

Abstract 

Peelle "Alternative Modes for Teaching Mathematics "

Abstract Paper

Wyckoff "Evidence for Success in Reforming an Intro Physics Course"

Abstract

"

"

11:45

  

Reisert, Tauer "Is More Content Enough?"

Abstract

"

Johnson "Using Constructivist Research-based Science Curricula for Pre-Service Elementary Education Teachers"

Abstract Paper

"

"

12:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1:00

Slakey "Institutionalizing Grant-Funded Innovations in Teaching"

Travis "..Undergraduate Sci Ed Majors as Teaching Assistants.."

Abstract

Bravo and Aguirre "Assessing Conceptual Understanding.."

Abstract

  

  

  

1:30

 

Dardis "The Use of Computer-Based Concept Mapping.."

Abstract

Buckley "Role of Formative Assessment in Instructional Technology"

Abstract  

  

  

  

2:00

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

2:15

Ambos "The Promise of ‘Forever’

Abstract

Orengo-Aviles, et al "Illustrations of a Constructivist Approach.."

Abstract Paper (Bellido) Paper (Orengo-Aviles) Paper (Vazquez)

Abell "Assessing Student Science Learning"

Abstract

Bruno et al, "...Biology Students Solve Medical Cases.."

Abstract

Uno "The Top 10 Problems of Teaching and Learning Science."

Lewis and Clark, "Embedding Study Skills in Dev. Algebra"

Abstract

3:15

"

Break

Break

"

Break

"

3:30

"

Reilly, Kort "Restructuring Educational Pedagogy"

Abstract Paper

Worley "Alternative Assessment"

Abstract Paper

"

Patrick "Using Physical and Computer Modeling to Make the Molecular World Real"

Abstract Paper

"

3:45

Break

"

"

Break

"

Break

4:00

Hydorn "Service Learning Projects in an Introductory Statistics Course"

Abstract

Magill "Reconstructing a Sec.Sci. Teacher Matrix.."

Abstract

Peelle "Teaching Mathematics with Computing "

Abstract

O'Hara "Turning on the Light"

Abstract

"

Moore & Orengo-Aviles "Student Teaching Experiences: An Olympic Success"

Abstract

4:30

Vandergon and Rubin "Tomorrow’s Scientists: Training Future Teachers.."

Abstract Paper

Selleck and Burrows "Email Correspondence Connects…"

Abstract

"

"

"

"

   

   

   

"

 

"

  

Saturday

Ballroom

Wilson/Harrison

Jackson

Jefferson

Salons

Commonwealth

8:30

Patterson "The Professional Society’s Role in Improving Science Education"

Abstract

Bergland et al " Using Pre-Service Science teachers as Research Assistants for Case It.."

Abstract Paper

Gilmer et al "Experiential learning for pre-service teachers"

Abstract 

Bansil et al "ELMO Project"

Abstract

D'Avanzo et al "Higher Level Thinking. What is it? How to Teach and Evaluate It"

Abstract 

Paper (Wenk) Paper (Yuretich) Paper (D'Avanzo) Paper (Stillings)

Posters - Abstracts

9:00

"

"

"

"

"

"

9:30

"

Break

Break

Break

 

  

9:45

"

Macko et al "International Real Time Distance Science Education.."

Abstract

Hamlin et al " Early Field Experiences.."

Abstract

More & Hill "Integrating Calculus and General Physics.."

Abstract Paper

"

"

10:00

Break

"

"

"

Break

"

10:15

Stone "...Peer Teaching in Collaborative Groups"

Abstract Paper

Sramek et al "Video as a Tool to Change Attitudes.."

Abstract Paper 

"

"

Boeringer-Hartnup & Morrison "Directions Along the Path"

Abstract

"

10:45

"

Kimmins & Phillips, "..Collaborative Staff Development Partnerships"

Abstract Paper

Break

"

"

"

11:00

"

"

Ashkenazi "Interactive Chemistry Lecture Demonstrations"

Abstract

"

"

"

11:15

"

Martin "The Nuts and Bolts of an Effective Workshop..

Abstract

"

Break

"

Break

11:30

"

"

Patterson "Making the Connection between the Classroom and the Real World"

Abstract

Cole " WRITE ON!"

Abstract

"

Lord "Comparing Student-Centered and Teacher-Centered Instruction.."

Abstract Paper

11:45

  

Smith "The Case Against the Quiz"

Abstract

"

"

"

  

12:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1:00

Browne "Women and Minorities in Science"

Sumner & Hydorn "Environmental Mathematics.."

Abstract

West & Bell " Use of Inquiry-Based Course Components.."

Abstract

McCall et al "Teaching Apprentice Program.."

Abstract

Staebler "Mathematical Modeling of Science.."

Abstract

Bauman & Takkunen "Teacher Training"

Abstract

2:00

Break

Break

Break

Break

"

"

2:15

Davis et al "Engaging Students in Equitable.."

Abstract  

Paper (Weiss)

Dray, Manogue " Bridging the Vector Calculus Gap"

Abstract Paper 

Layman "Influence and Need for Inquiry-Based Learning"

Abstract

Ball "Facilitating Inquiry in College-Level Biology"

Abstract Paper

"

"

2:30

"

"

"

"

Break

Break

2:45

"

Heppert, Forbes, Webber "Informal Learning Environments.."

Abstract Paper

"

Mintz & Wallman "Biotechnology Training.."

Abstract Paper

Kinal "The Pyramid Exam"

Abstract

Joel "Alternative Teaching Strategies for Computer Science"

Abstract

3:15

Break

Sheckels "Integrating Mathematics Content, Pedagogy and Field Experience

Abstract 

Break

Break

"

"

3:30

White Watson "The Stories of How Women Become Scientists"

Abstract Paper

Brown & Benken "..Fostering Conceptual Understanding in Mathematics Instruction"

Abstract Paper

Murray et al "SimForest.."

Abstract 

Smith-Walters & Sadler "Sink or Swim"

Abstract 

"

"

3:45

"

"

"

"

Break

"

4:00

Javed "Attracting Underrepresented Minority Students to Science.."

Abstract Paper

Reeves "Following the Geometry Trail to Improved Learning and Teaching"

Abstract 

Luera "New Initiatives in Science Education."

Abstract 

"

Eder "Alternative Assessment and the Flight Simulator"

Abstract 

  "

4:15

"

Jabot "..Misconceptions-Based Elementary Science Methods Course"

Abstract Paper

Gordon et al "Inquiry Science and Technology Integration Project"

Abstract Paper

"

"

"

4:30

Hebble, et al "NSF TEAMS"

Abstract Paper

Berger et al "Assessing the Impact of STEMTEC on Organizational Culture"

Abstract 

"

Boyer "Implementation of SETI's 'Voyages Through Time'"

Abstract 

"

Judson "Promoting and Evaluating Reformed Instruction.."

Abstract 

4:45

"

"

"

Baublitz "Teachers As Scholars"

Abstract  Paper

"

"

Sunday

Ballroom

Wilson/Harrison

Jackson

Jefferson

Salons

Commonwealth

8:30

  

Dufresne et al "Assessing-To-Learn (A2L).."

Abstract  Paper

Tewksbury "Student Active Teaching"

    

   

Penrose "Developing Problem-Based Learning Activities"

Abstract Paper

 


[Home] [Abstracts and Papers by Author] [Abstracts and Papers by Session]  [Posters]


Information:

STEMTEC

Hasbrouck Lab

University of Massachusetts

Amherst, MA 01003

413-545-1908

mailto:st-hq@stemtec.org

http://www.stemtec.org

  

 

 © 2002 University of Massachusetts Amherst