Physics 708: Seminar in Physics Education Research
Physics 708 is a weekly seminar on the subject of physics education research. In this seminar, speakers from both the University of Maryland and from other institutions present their research on issues relevant to physics education.
Seminars are held on Thursday at 3:30 PM in the Physics Department in room 0405 unless otherwise noted.
|Topic:||Blends, Resources, and Mergers: and Framings, Perspectives, and Positionings|
|02/07/08||Speaker:||Dr. James Greeno|
|Address:||School of Education, University of Pittsburgh|
|03/06/08||Speaker:||Dr. Michelle Girvan|
|Address:||Department of Physics, University of Maryland|
|05/08/08||Speaker:||Dr. Ravit Golan Duncan|
|Address:||Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University|
|05/13/08||Speaker:||Dr. Shaaron Ainsworth|
|Address:||School of Psychology, University of Nottingham|
|Address:||Department of Physics, Harvard University|
Office of Information Technology Speaker Series on Education with Technology:
Occasional dates in McKeldin Library 6137
Math / Science Education Colloquium:
Fridays at 10:30 in Benjamin 2121
Cognitive Science Colloquium:
Wednesdays at 1:30 in Bio-Psych 1128.
Neuroscience and Cognitive Science Colloquium:
Fridays at 12:00 in Bio-Psych 1208.
Workshops and Conversations at the Center for Teaching Excellence:
At irregular times (usually in the middle of the day) in the Maryland Room of Marymount Hall
NIH Behavioral and Social Science Seminars:
At 3 PM on irregular Wednesdays in the NIH Neuroscience building at 6001 Executive Boulevard in Rockville (near the Twinbrook metro station)
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Comments and questions may be directed to Edward F. Redish
Last modified April 22, 2008