The Faculty Learning Commmunity for Science and Math Education

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The Faculty Learning Community
for Science and Math Education
Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges
2009-2010

With support from the
Center for Science and Society,
the
Howard Hughes Medical Institute,
and Bryn Mawr’s
Provost’s Office,

the
Bryn Mawr-Haverford Education Program
is sponsoring this faculty learning community,
to focus on enhancing the learning and teaching of
math and science at Bryn Mawr and Haverford,
K-12 settings, and elsewhere.

 
For information about meeting dates and times,
contact Howard Glasser.
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Meeting Agendas and Notes

April 15:
NSTA 2010: Connecting Science Past
with Science Future
(Jill Garland, Alice Kaufman,
Maggie Powers, and Doug Vallette)

April 1: Technology in Education
(Alice Lesnick and Howard Glasser)

March 18:
Coherently Implementing Model-based Inquiry
Learning Across High School Chemistry and Physics Classes

(Doug Valette, Unionville High School, Kennett Square, PA)


March 4:
Service Learning at the Science, Theatre
& Magic Boundary
(Mary-Angela Papalaskari, Villanova)

February 18:
Transforming Algebra Assignments
(Julie Booth, Temple University)

February 4: Transfer; or,
"Can Problem-
Solving Skills be Taught?"
(Bill Huber)

January 21:
Technology in the Educational Process
(John Dougherty and Bill Huber)
 

December 14: 
Planning Ahead--and The Labor
of Gratitude
(Howard Glasser, Alice Lesnick)

November 30: "Processes of Change
in Brain and Cognitive Development"

(Alice Lesnick, Mike Sears)

November 16:
Restructuring Our Teaching
(Steve Lindell, Mike Sears)

November 2:
"Real-Time Collaboration Tools for
Digital Ink" 
(Anne Dalke, Steve Lindell)

October 19: 
"Educational Research: The Hardest
Science of All"
(Howard Glasser, Anne Dalke)

October 5: Getting organized (Howard Glasser)