CADRE Learning Series

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The CADRE Learning Series includes webinars with people sharing experience and expertise combined with opportunities for dialog during consultations.

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Designing Case Study Research

The CADRE Learning Series event, “Designing Case Study Research” include two parts. During the first webinar, panelists addressed the questions: How do you situate your case study research to explain the phenomena you are studying at different phases of your work? What are some core strategies you might share? During the second webinar, small groups discussed topics, questions, and issues raised during the first webinar. 

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Moderated by: Ilana Horn, Vanderbilt University (bio)

Panelists: Zandra De Araujo, University of Florida (bio) | Hosun Kang, University of California, Irvine (bio) |  Amy Parks, Michigan State University (bio) |  Bill Zahner, San Diego State University (bio)

 

Professional Development for Researchers Who Don’t Study PD

Are you incorporating a professional development (PD) component into your non-PD DRK-12 project or proposal (i.e., it’s not the primary focus and your team may have different expertise)? Register for this free webinar series to learn from and work with expert colleagues on PD design.

In this three part CADRE Learning Series, participants had an opportunity to refine the designs for the professional development (PD) components of their DRK12 projects or proposals. In the first interactive webinar, our expert panelists shared important design principles for PD. After the webinar, participants had an opportunity to consult with panelists about specific issues in their PD designs. In a follow up webinar, the panelists shared what they learned from their design consultations, sharing how they applied (or modified) the design principles to address the investigators’ needs and resources.

Learning Series Resources:

Moderator: Ilana Horn, Vanderbilt University (bio)
Panelists: Ruth Heaton, Teachers Development Group (bio); Lama Ziad Jaber, Florida State University (bio); Kari Kokka, University of Pittsburgh (bio); Jessica Thompson, University of Washington (bio)