Event: 2010 DR K-12 PI Meeting - SAVE THE DATE

2010 DR K-12 PI Meeting
December 1-3, 2010
Capital Hilton
Washington, D.C.

Invitations for the 2010 DR K-12 PI Meeting will be emailed this fall to those with active grants. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis again this year, so watch your inbox for your invitation.

Meet old friends, support new colleagues, find future project partners, have a talk with your program officer, learn about new policy implications, discuss that approach that just might help you work more effectively with your evaluator, share a tool that has saved your project a lot of time and effort, work with others who have similar findings to figure out how together you can make a bigger impact, or whatever else may make your time at the meeting valuable.

We thank the advisors for their help in shaping this year's meeting:
(Name, organization, DR K-12 project name)

  • Gary Benenson, CUNY City College of New York, Physical Science Comes Alive: Exploring things that Go
  • Dan Chazan, University of Maryland, The Future of High School Mathematics
  • Eugenia Etkina, Rutgers University, PUM (PhysicsUnionMathematics) Exploration
  • Mary Hobbs, University of Texas at Austin, Building BLOCKS for Science--What Young Children Should Know and Be Able to Do When They Enter Kindergarten; Project I.D.: Instrument Development for Exploring the Professional Growth Continuum
  • Andy Izsak, San Diego State University, Diagnosing Teachers' Multiplicative Reasoning
  • Karen King, New York University, Teachers' Use of Standards-based Instructional Materials
  • Cliff Konold, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Data Games--Tools and Materials for Learning Data Modeling
  • Janice Mokros, Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, The GENomics Inquiry through Qualitative Trait Loci Exploration with SAIL Technology (GENIQUESET): Bringing STEM Data to High School Classrooms
  • David Shaffer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, AutoMentor: Virtual Mentoring and Assessment in Computer Games for STEM Learning
  • Betty Zan, University of Northern Iowa, Ramps and Pathways: A Constructivist Approach to Teaching Physical Science

We invite your input as well. Is there a special interest group that you would like to form? What project challenges that keep you awake at night would you like to talk about with others? Please send your ideas to CADRE@edc.org or call Catherine McCulloch at 617-618-2413.