November 7-8, 2008 - NSF GK12 Regional Conference - Beck Agricultural CenterFeatured speakers at the conference included: Drs. Ping (Christine) Ge, Program Director, NSF; Jon Harbor, Interim Dean in the College of Science, Purdue University; Gabriela Weaver, Professor and Associate Head in the Department of Chemistry, Purdue University; Daniel Burke, Educational Analysis and Research Consulting; and Mr. Brett Gruetzmacher, Principal, Tecumseh Junior High School. For more information on the conference, please click here.
May 22, 2008 - Can Math be Made Easy? - Brown Bag Discussion - Burton D. Morgan Center for EntrepreneurshipDr. Paul Vaidya, Professor of Mathematical Modelling at the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, discussed his innovative work in teaching advanced Math concepts to young children.
April 18, 2008 - Winning Assessment Strategies II: An International Perspective - Burton D. Morgan Center for EntrepreneurshipDr. P. K. Imbrie discussed ways to evaluate impacts of an international experience on student learning.
April 4, 2008 - Get A "Second" Life - Brown Bag Discussion - Burton D. Morgan Center for EntrepreneurshipDr. William R. Watson discusses the potentials and pitfalls of virtual environments in education. Whether you have your own island or you're still struggling with your first life!
March 21, 2008 - Winning Assessment Strategies - Brown Bag Discussion - Burton D. Morgan Center for EntrepreneurshipDr. Deborah Bennett discusses the role of assessment of project development. How to approach program evaluation in federally funded grants: Ideas for strenghtening your proposals.
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