Conference at a Glance
2004 TEACHER PREPARATION PI CONFERENCE
SUNDAY -- MARCH 14, 2004
Time Salon A Salon B Salon C Salon D/E
         
8:00 Registration - Foyer      
8:30 Continental Breakfast - Crystal City Foyer      
9:15 Welcome  Joan Prival, Rosemary Haggett, Morton Sternheim      
9:30 Keynote - Strategies for Institutionalization and Sustainability - Linda Slakey      
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10:30 Plenary - Evaluation                   Seeing a Glass Half Full (Frances Lawrenz and Karen Appeldoorn)      
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1:00 Fostering Non-Traditional Pathways to Teaching                Math and Science Scholars (MASS) at Texas A&M University (Blount), Preparing Science and Mathematics Teachers for Grades 7-12: A Community of Scholars at Work (Sheppard), Alternative Pathways to Teaching: Quality Teachers Versus Warm Bodies in Classrooms (Abd-El-Khalick)  Program Evaluation           How Do We Know CETP Makes a Difference? (P.  Johnson et al) Innovative Programs in New Teacher Support Different Strokes for Different Folks: Supporting New Teachers Using Multiple Approaches (Feldman et al), Peer Mentoring; Shared Experiences Help New Teachers Succeed (Forbes)[1] Sustaining Programs after NSF Funding             Pathfinder Science L.L.C. (Case), Institutionalization:  A Process of Cultural Change (Estrada and Bravos)
2:00 Fostering Non-Traditional Pathways to Teaching         Crossing Boundaries:  Sustaining a Two-Year Four-Year Collaboration and a Pathway to Science Teaching (Friedman & Miele), Mission Possible:  Educating the Para Educators (Jorgensen) Program Evaluation     Program Ownership Inspires Self-Reflection (Blount), Using Qualitative Evaluation to Identify Common Elements of Successful Reformed Courses (Kusnick & Zoller) Innovative Programs in New Teacher Support Teacher Staff Development from Several Angles (Solomon et al)[2] Sustaining Programs after NSF Funding                 WRITE ON!  Empowering Writing Retreats for Science and Mathematics Faculty (Cole), High-Impact Low-Cost Professional Development for College STEM Faculty (Sternheim &Yuretich)
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3:15 Fostering Non-Traditional Pathways to Teaching         Engaging Future Teachers: The Promise and Peril of Community College--Four-Year Institution Teacher Prep Continuum (Lopez & Blount), Custom Articulations Promote Seamless Teacher Preparation (Sessions)               Program Evaluation          The NYCETP Follow-up Study of Education Program Graduates.  Report on a work in progress (Schroder & Gningue),  PRCETP Evaluation in the Context of Controversies in the Field (Bravos) Innovative Programs in New Teacher Support Practitioner/Researcher Teams:  Reality Action Research in the Classroom (Blake et al)[3] Sustaining Programs after NSF Funding                  Beyond CETP: Virginia Commonwealth University's Continuing Programs (Farley), Faculty Dinners (Palmer), Continuing a Climate of Support for STEM K-16 Education at UM by Creating a One-stop Shopping Resource (Mitchell & McGarry)
4:30 Poster/Video Session and Reception - Foyer                    Rudge & Burke, Gerrish & Ballard, Blake, Lawrenz & Appeldoorn, Friedman & Miele, Sternheim, Bay-Williams et al       
2004 TEACHER PREPARATION PI CONFERENCE
MONDAY -- MARCH 15, 2004
Time Salon A Salon B Salon C Salon D/E
         
8:30 Continental Breakfast (Foyer)      
9:00 Success Stories and Lessons Learned                                                Success Stories:  A Long Term Perspective  (Farley et al)      
9:45 Fostering Non-Traditional Pathways to Teaching     Alternative Certification for HS Physics Teachers: Lessons Learned from our Implementation (MacIsaac),  O-TEC Summer Math/Science Teaching Academy (D. Johnson) Summer/Fall and MINT: A Modular Approach to Non-traditional Pathways to Teaching (Feldman) Program Evaluation Defeating the Many-Headed Monster: Strategies for Effective Comprehensive Program Evaluation (Berger), Evaluation Experiences of OTEC (Clettenburg), Operational Approaches to the Observation Process (Miller et al) Innovative Programs in New Teacher Support   Science Camp as a Vehicle for the Professional Development of Teachers (Ritz), Science FEST (Kasabian)[5] Sustaining Programs after NSF Funding                 Profile of a Dual Appointment in Science and Science Education (Eason), Experiences and Outcomes of a CETP Funded Joint Appointment in Mathematics and Education (Donovan), Lessons from Four Years in a Joint Position in Mathematics and Mathematics Education (Allman)
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11:00 Success Stories and Lessons Learned                                   Faculty Mentoring (Sheila Browne) Success Stories and Lessons Learned    Recruiting Future Science and Mathematics Teachers in Alternative
Certification Programs:  Strategies Tried and Lessons Learned (
Abell), Connecting Advanced Topics to School Classrooms (Ronau et al)
Success Stories and Lessons Learned Biotechnology in a Box - A Collaborative Effort to Address the Content and Strategies in National and Pennsylvania Standards (Barathan & Knabb), Are Constructivist Teachers Isolationists or Team Leaders? A Social Network Analysis (Judson)  Success Stories and Lessons Learned                Inquiry Based Curriculum for Middle School Teacher Preparation (Gronberg), Lessons learned from the E3 STEMTP Grant Project to Improve Middle School Science Teaching (Rudge & Burke)
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1:00 Plenary - Preparation and In-Service Support of K-12 Science Teachers at Research Universities (McCray et al)      
2:00 Success Stories and Lessons Learned                                         Instruction that Fits the Learner: Science Content for Under-prepared Teachers (Webber), Using NSF Scholars to Provide In-depth Feedback on an Innovative Networking Model-Cross Tier Teaching Teams (McGarry)            Success Stories and Lessons Learned    Implications of Modeling Method Training on Physics Teacher Development in California’s Central Valley (Andrews & Vesenka) Success Stories and Lessons Learned                    The Amoeba of Simultaneous Renewal and the Residue it Leaves Behind (Bay-Williams et al)  
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3:15 Plenary - NSF Funding Opportunities      
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