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Conferences

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Upcoming Conferences:

who's going, and what are they doing?

 

 

FFPER

Bar Harbor ME, June 14-20, 2015

Application due December 1, 2014

 

AAPT Summer Meeting

College Park!!!, July 25-29, 2015

Abstracts due February 25, 2015

 

  • Talks
    • Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year
      • Chandra Turpen, Thinking of Laboratory Experiences as Mentoring Opportunities
    • Monday 2 pm, The Art and Science of Teaching
      • Joe Redish, Teaching Physics Standing on Your Head
    • Monday 4 pm, Introductory Labs/Apparatus
      • Kim Moore, Analyzing the NEXUS/Physics Laboratory Curriculum at UMD and Beyond
    • Monday 4 pm, PER: Identity and Student Engagement
      • Gina Quan, How Undergraduate Research Experiences Support More Central Participation in Physics
      • Vijay Kaul, Research and Development of PhET Simulation Based Physics Tutorials
    • Tuesday 8:30 am, Bringing Physics to Life
      • Wolfgang Losert, Physics of Cell Migration and Collective Behavior
    • Tuesday 8:30 am, PER: Diverse Investigations II
      • Chandra Turpen, Assessing the Maryland Learning Assistant Program
      • Ayush Gupta, Students' Reasoning about the Responsibilities of Scientists and Engineers
      • Alice Olmstead, Researching Ourselves: How Are We Helping Faculty To Change Their Teaching?
    • Tuesday 1:30 pm, PER: Examining Content Understanding and Reasoning II
      • Erin Sohr, “Because Math”: Epistemological Stance or Defusing Social Tension in QM?
      • Ben Dreyfus, “Classical-ish”: Negotiating the Boundary Between Classical and Quantum Particles
    • Wednesday 8:30 am, Effecting Change Using PER
      • Andy Elby, Trade-offs in Pursuing PER-inspired Versus Traditional Goals in Introductory Physics
    • Wednesday 1:30 pm, Professional Skills for Graduate Students
      • Andy Elby, Affordances and Limitations of Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
  • Posters     
    • Tuesday 9:30 am, Bringing Physics to Life
      • Kim Moore, Successes and Challenges in Scaling-up NEXUS/Physics Labs: UMD and Beyond
    • Tuesday 5 pm
      • Ben Dreyfus, “Classical-ish”: Negotiating the Boundary Between Classical and Quantum Particles
      • Alice Olmstead, Researching Ourselves: How Are We Helping Faculty To Change Their Teaching?
      • Erin Sohr, “Because Math”: Epistemological Stance or Defusing Social Tension in QM?
      • Chandra Turpen, Assessing the Maryland Learning Assistant Program
  • Workshops
    • Saturday
      • Joe Redish, Research-based Reforms to Introductory Physics for the Life Sciences
    • Sunday
      • Kim Moore, NEXUS Physics Labs for Biology Students
      • Gina Quan (co-organizer),  Facilitating Student Self-reflection & Personalized Instructor Feedback 

 

PERC

College Park!!!, July 29-30, 2015

Parallel session abstracts due March 18, 2015; contributed poster abstracts due June 12, 2015.

Papers due July 1

 

 

ICPE

Beijing, August 10-14, 2015

Abstracts due February 28 or May 15

 

APS Mid-Atlantic Section

Morgantown, WV, October 23-25, 2015

Abstracts due September 18

 

AAPT Winter Meeting

New Orleans, January 9-12, 2016

 

APS March Meeting

Baltimore, March 14-18, 2016

 

AERA

Washington, DC, April 8-12, 2016

Paper and session submissions due July 22, 2015

 

NARST

Baltimore, April 14-17, 2016

 

APS April Meeting

Salt Lake City, April 16-19, 2016

 


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