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

 

Keynote and Featured Speakers

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

Linda Rosen, National Alliance of Business (Thursday morning keynote)

“Opportunities and Challenges in Math and Science Education”

 

Lynn Margulis, University of Massachusetts Amherst (Thursday evening banquet speaker)

“From Gaia to Microcosm - and Back”

 

Gregory Prince, President, Hampshire College (Friday morning keynote)

“Reform or Revolution: Science Education and Civic Responsibility”

 

Diane Ebert-May, Michigan State University (Workshop, Friday morning)

Assessment - Data collection with a purpose

 

Linda Slakey, Commonwealth College, University of Massachusetts (Friday afternoon keynote)

“Institutionalizing Grant-Funded Innovations in Teaching:  the Role of the Dean”

 

Gordon Uno, University of Oklahoma (Friday afternoon)

“Experimenting with Science Teaching: Getting Instructors to Implement What Really Works”

 

Sheila Browne, Mount Holyoke College (Saturday afternoon keynote)

“Women and Minorities in Science”

 

John Layman, University of Maryland (Saturday afternoon)

“Power, Influence and Need for Inquiry-Based Learning”

 

Doug Eder, Southern Illinois University (Workshop, Saturday afternoon)

“Alternative Assessment”

 

Barbara Tewksbury, Hamilton College (Workshop, Sunday morning)

“Student-Active Teaching”