Spring 2016 STEM Education Seminar Schedule – last updated on 06 January 2016


The DBER Group's STEM Education Seminar is offered simultaneously at TWO sites - on the City Campus AND on the East Campus!


The in-person presentations will be hosted on Thursdays at 2:00 PM in Bessey Hall, room 109, on the City Campus.  Room changes are possible; so, please check the schedule below for possible room changes for a specific talk.  Changes will also be announced through the DBER Group's listserv.

These presentations will be simultaneously virtually available (i.e., via internet connection)  Hardin Hall, room 202, on the East Campus.

We hope that this dual site arrangement will help to make these important, timely, and thought-provoking STEM education presentations and discussions more accessible to faculty, staff, postdocs, students, and other interested individuals.  We look forward to seeing you at one of the sites!



Date

Day

Time

Location 1: in-person speaker  
Location 2: virtual presentation

Topic / Title of Talk (may be tentative)

Speakers

Jan. 14

First week of classes – No meeting this week.

Jan. 21

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)

  Open   Open

Jan. 28

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)
  Author Rights   Paul Royster and Sue Ann Gardner

Feb. 04

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)

  K-12 and College Math Education Research Informs Comprehensive Approach to  Course Transformation

   Yvonne Lai

Feb. 11

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)
  Data Management and Research Impact     Jennifer Thoegersen and Andrea Dinkelman

Feb. 18

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)
    A Case of High School Earth and Space Science Education in the Great Plains   Elizabeth Lewis and Jia Lu

Feb. 25

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)
  Student-Teacher Affect in STEM College Course Transformation   Matthew Patton

Mar. 03

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109
(in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)
  Math Education Reform Efforts   Nathan Wakefield

Mar. 10

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)
   Remember EMBeRS: Model-based Reasoning, Collaborative Teams and Much More!  
 David Gosselin

Mar. 17

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)
 Teaching Pedagogies    Lawrence Scharmann

Mar. 24

Spring breeak, Holiday - No meeting this week.

Mar. 31

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)

  Using Just-in-Time Teaching in a Flipped Undergraduate Biological Systems Engineering Course

   Jeyam Subbiah

Apr. 07

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)
   Lecture Tutorials for Enhancing Student Engagement During Lecture    Bailey Kreager

Apr. 14

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)

 Biology Education Research

  Mary Durham

Apr. 21

Th

2:00

BesseyHall 109 (in-person);
Hardin Hall 202 (virtual)

   Digital Distractions and Student Performance

  Douglas Duncan

Apr. 28

Last week of classes – No meeting this week.