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Page 29 Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants The Uses of Video in International Education Studies: A Workshop AGENDA November 30, 1999 National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Avenue Lecture Room 8:00 a.m.-4:45 p.m. 8:00-8:30 Continental breakfast in meeting room 8:30-9:30 Welcome and introductions Overview of BICSE’s mission Andrew Porter, BICSE chair Goals for the workshop and introduction of expert participants Clea Fernandez, Lynn Paine, Janet Schofield 9:30-12:45 Panel Discussions 9:30-11:00 Use #1: Descriptions of classroom practice across countries James Hiebert, University of Delaware Catherine Lewis, Mills College Frederick Erickson, University of California, Los Angeles Discussion Leader: Joseph Tobin, University of Hawaii at Manoa 11:00-11:15 Break
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Page 30 11:15-12:45 Use #2: Supporting professional development and improving practice John Frederiksen, Educational Testing Service Drew Gitomer, Educational Testing Service Ricki Goldman-Segall, MERLin, University of British Columbia Heidi Ross, Colgate University Discussion Leader: Magdalene Lampert, University of Michigan 12:45-1:30 Lunch in meeting room 1:30-2:45 Panel discussions continued 1:30-2:45 Use #3: Understanding achievement differences within and across countries David Berliner, BICSE member James Stigler, University of California, Los Angeles Discussion Leader: Raymond McDermott, Stanford University 2:45-3:00 Break 3:00-4:00 Moderated discussion What are the most fruitful purposes for the use of video in international studies? Which purposes seem less worthwhile? What are the biggest challenges for the use of video in international studies? What unique opportunities are provided by the use of video in international studies? Discussants: Magdalene Lampert, Raymond McDermott, Joseph Tobin Moderators: Clea Fernandez, Lynn Paine, Janet Schofield 4:00-4:30 Final thoughts from invited experts 4:30-4:45 Summary remarks Andrew Porter 4:45 Adjourn
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Page 31 PARTICIPANTS Jennifer Adams, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University Gordon M. Ambach, * Council of Chief State School Officers, Washington, D.C. Ronald Anderson, Department of Sociology, University of Minnesota Sousan Arafeh, Education Statistics Services Institute, American Institutes for Research Alexandra Beatty, Board on Testing and Assessment, National Research Council David C. Berliner, * College of Education, Arizona State University Chris Calsyn, Education Statistics Services Institute, American Institutes for Research Christopher T. Cross, * Council for Basic Education, Washington, D.C. John A. Dossey, * Department of Mathematics, Illinois State University Janice Earle, Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education, National Science Foundation Frederick Erickson, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California Los Angeles John Frederiksen, Cognitive Science Research Group, Educational Testing Service, Oakland, California Adam Gamoran, * Departments of Sociology and Educational Policy Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison Drew Gitomer, Vice President of Research, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey Ricki Goldman-Segall, Multimedia Ethnographic Research Lab, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia Patrick Gonzales, National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education James Hiebert, School of Education, University of Delaware Eamonn Kelly, Division of Research on Education, Policy and Practice, National Science Foundation Robert Kozma, Center for Technology in Learning, SRI International Magdalene Lampert, School of Education, University of Michigan Laurence Lanahan, Education Statistics Services Institute, American Institutes for Research Mariann Lemke, Planning and Evaluation Service, U.S. Department of Education Catherine Lewis, Developmental Studies Center, Education Department, Mills College, Oakland, California Marlaine E. Lockheed, * The World Bank, Washington, D.C. Raymond McDermott, School of Education, Stanford University
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Page 32 Daniel McGrath, Education Statistics Services Institute, American Institutes for Research Patricia Morison, Board on International Comparative Studies in Education, National Research Council Lynn W. Paine, * Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University Jane Phillips, Board on International Comparative Studies in Education, National Research Council Andrew C. Porter, * Wisconsin Center for Educational Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison Heidi Ross, Education Department, Colgate University Laura Salganik, Education Statistics Services Institute, American Institutes for Research Janet Ward Schofield, * Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh Ramsay Selden, Education Statistics Services Institute, American Institutes for Research Larry Suter, Division of Research on Education, Policy and Practice, National Science Foundation Joseph Tobin, College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa Elizabeth VanderPutten, Division of Research on Education, Policy and Practice, National Science Foundation *Member of BICSE in 1999.
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