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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Appendix B Agenda and Participants Workshop on Attracting PhDs in Science and Mathematics to Careers in K-12 Education AGENDA Aljoya Conference Center Seattle, Washington June 2-4, 2000 FRIDAY JUNE 2, 2000 5:15 pm Welcome M. Patricia Morse 5:20 pm Introduction Bruce Alberts 5:30 pm Introduction of Committee Members and Logistics M. Patricia Morse Kevin Aylesworth 7:30 pm Overview of Committee Charge M. Patricia Morse 8:00 pm Data from the Phase 1 Committee on Attracting Science and Mathematics Ph.D.s to Secondary School Teaching N. Ronald Morris
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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology SATURDAY JUNE 3, 2000 Morning Session 8:30 am Introduction to Agenda, logistics M. Patricia Morse Kevin Aylesworth 8:45 am TOPIC 1. Postdoctoral K-12 Career Pathways – One major speaker and two panel respondents. (Moderator: Kristina Peterson) Nancy Hutchison Stephanie Shipp David Vannier 10:00 am TOPIC 2. Learning, Teaching, Pedagogy and the Discipline – Postdoctoral Experiences for the K-12 Education Environment – One major speaker and two panel respondents. (Moderator: Vicki Jacobs) Ellen Doris Gerhard Salinger Mary Long 11:15 am Breakout Groups on Topic 1 and Topic 2 BREAKOUT TOPIC 1. Career Pathways in the Schools (Moderator: N. Ronald Morris) Career Pathways Informal Venues (Moderator: Myles Gordon) BREAKOUT TOPIC 2 Ingredients for “Content” (Moderator: Kimberley Tanner) Ingredients for “Content” (Moderator: Margaret Cozzens)
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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Afternoon Session 1:30 pm TOPIC 3. State Opportunities and the Infrastructure – One major speaker and two panel respondents. (Moderator, David Kennedy) Michael McKibbin Calvin Frazier Francis Eberle 3:00 pm Breakout Groups – TOPIC 3. Needs of States - Collaborations (Moderator: David Kennedy) Certification and Employment Issues (Moderator: Maureen Schifflet) Practicum and Mentoring Issues in States (Moderator: Arthur Eisenkraft) Internships and Summers, Year 2 – State Concerns (Moderator: Danine Ezell) 4:00 pm Synthesis Plenary Session 6:00 pm Bus to Pacific Science Center Reception, Pacific Science Center SUNDAY JUNE 4, 2000 8:30 am Summary of Day One Outcomes M. Patricia Morse 9:00 am Breakout Sessions: 1. Filling in the Visions—Issues and Concerns— Where Are We Now?
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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Cohort I. State Structures – frameworks (Moderator: Myles Gordon) What partnerships with colleges or universities? What formal and informal opportunities for paid positions? Needs of states. What needs to be in place? Cohort II. District/School - teacher mentoring – within states (Moderator: Kristina Peterson) What will be the structure in schools? What are appropriate state/university interactions with their cohort of say 5-10 students? What are the rewards for the district master teacher mentor? Cohort III. Format of Certification Year (Moderator: Emily Feistritzer) Bring cohort together nationally? How might that be done? State /university partnerships for postdoctoral K-12 mathematics and science pedagogy Issues of collaboration between science disciplines and education colleges Are there many ways to certification? Are some more suitable for postdoctoral students? How can that be addressed? Cohort IV. Disciplines and Discipline-based Pedagogies – what is needed and when? (Moderators: Vicki Jacobs and Margaret Cozzens) Mathematics (Moderator: Eric Robinson) Biology/life sciences (Moderator: Angelo Collins) Physical sciences and earth sciences (Moderator: James Stith) 10:00 am Coffee Break 10:30 am Breakout Sessions (continued) 2. Filling in the Visions – Guidance for constructing template(s) around topic 11:30 am Plenary Reports from three cohorts above 15 minute report from each cohort and general discussion
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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology 2:00 pm Breakout Sessions 3. Filling in the Visions – Issues & templates Cohort V. The National Cohort – details and outcomes Recruitment Procedures (Moderator: Danine Ezell) Areas Diversity Years from doctorate Balance in cohort Meeting as a whole – a national college of teacher scholars Cohort VI. Meeting the Need to Stay Connected to Research (Moderator: Maynard Olson) How does the postdoc maintain ties with the discipline? Research in teaching the content? Professional societies – delivering scholarly education papers Summer internships – in discipline research Cohort VII. Science Discipline Connections and Mentoring (Moderator: James Stith) National discipline mentors Role of discipline societies Role of education societies Role and expectations of postdoctoral students at national level Cohort VIII. Financial and other Support Considerations (Moderator: MargaretCozzens) What are the needs? How might local, state and national groups participate? How might this be approached? 3:15 pm Plenary Session Reports of Cohorts Final Thoughts and Future Directions M. Patricia Morse 5:00 pm Adjourn
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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology PARTICIPANTS Sigmund Abeles, Project Director, Connecticut Academy Science Assessment Project, Connecticut Academy for Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology, Inc., CT Howard Adams, H. G. Adams & Associates, Inc. Marietta, GA Kevin Aylesworth, Senior Program Officer, National Research Council, Center for Education, Washington, DC Marilyn Baker, Associate Executive Director of the Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel (OSEP), National Research Council, Washington, DC Joan Baratz-Snowden, Director of Education Issues Department, American Federation of Teachers, Washington, DC James Bishop, Associate Professor, Ohio State University, School of Teaching and Learning, Columbus, OH Dana Riley Black, Associate Director, University of Washington, K-12 Institute for Science, Math, and Technology Education, Seattle, WA Elizabeth Chatman, Academic Coordinator, University of California, San Francisco, Science & Health Education Partnership, San Francisco, CA Angelo Collins, Professor of Science Education, Vanderbilt University, TN Margaret Cozzens, Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, University of Colorado, Denver Tom DeVries, Science Teacher, Vashon Island High School, Burton, WA Diane Doe, Teacher, San Franciso, CA Ellen Doris, Author, Doing What Scientists Do: Children Learn to Investigate Their World, Colrain, MA Helen Doyle, Program Officer, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Los Altos, CA Francis Eberle, Executive Director, Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, Augusta, ME Karin P. Egan, Program Officer, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Education Division, New York, NY Arthur Eisenkraft, President, National Science Teaching Association, Arlington, VA; Bedford Public Schools, Bedford, NY Danine Long Ezell, Science Teacher, The Preuss School UCSD, La Jolla, CA
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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Emily Feistritzer, President, Center for Education Information, Washington, DC Calvin M. Frazier, Commissioner of Education, State of Colorado (retired) Maria Lopez Freeman, Executive Co-Director, State of California, California Science Project, Monterey Park, CA Bruce Fuchs, Director, National Institutes of Health, Office of Science Education, Rockville, MD Myles Gordon, Director of Education, American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY Leslie Guterman, Elementary School Science Specialist, Fremont, CA Terry Holmer, Senior Project Assistant, National Research Council, Washington, DC Leroy E. Hood, Gates Professor and Chair, University of Washington, Molecular Biotechnology, Seattle, WA Richard Hudson, Executive Producer for Science, KTCA, St. Paul, MN Nancy Hutchison, Hutch Lab, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA Vicki Jacobs, Associate Director, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard Teacher Education Programs, Cambridge, MA David Kennedy, Director, Instructional Design, Washington State Board of Education, Olympia, WA Carole Kubota, University of Washington at Bothell, Department of Education, Bothell, WA Valerie Logan, Outreach Education, Molecular Biotechnology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA Mary Long, Coordinator of Uteach, University of Texas, Austin, Special Projects Office, Austin, TX Victoria May, Outreach Director, Washington University, Department of Biology, St. Louis, MO Michael McKibbin, Consultant, Commission on Teacher Credentialing, Program Evaluation & Research, Sacramento, CA N. Ronald Morris, Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Department of Pharmacology, Piscataway, NJ Carolyn Morse, Laboratories Manager/Teaching Labs, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Department of Chemistry, Chapel Hill, NC
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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology M. Patricia Morse, Professor (Acting), Department of Zoology University of Washington, Seattle, WA Richard O’Grady, Executive Director, American Institute of Biological Sciences , Washington, DC Maynard V. Olson, Professor, Genome Center, University of Washington, Seattle, WA Karen Peterson, Continuing Education Coordinator, University of Washington, Astronomy Department, Seattle, WA Kristina Peterson, Chemistry and Biology Teacher, Lakeside School, Seattle, WA George Reinhart, Program Officer, Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel (OSEP), National Research Council, Washington, DC Eric Robinson, Associate Professor and Director of COMPASS, Ithaca College, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Ithaca, NY Karolyn Rohr, Coordinator, Resident Teacher Program, Montgomery County Public Schools, Department of Human Resources, Rockville, MD Joan Rothenberg, Office of Congressman Rush Holt, Washington, DC Gerhard Salinger, Program Director, Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA Dennis Schatz, Associate Director of Education, Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WA Maureen Shiflett, Education Consultant, Buena Park, CA Ray Shiflett, Professor of Mathematics, California Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA Stephanie Shipp, Research Associate/Faculty Lecturer, Rice University, Department of Geology and Geophysics MS126, Houston, TX Mary Grace Snyder, Coordinator, Resident Teacher Program, Montgomery County Public Schools, Department of Human Resources, Rockville, MD James H. Stith, Director of Physics Programs, American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD Gerald M. Stokes, Associate Lab Director, Environmental and Health Science Division, Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Lab, Richland, WA
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Attracting PhDs to K-12 Education: A Demonstration Program for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Kimberley Tanner, Post doc in Science Education, University of California, San Francisco, Science and Health Partnership, San Francisco, CA Jan Tuomi, Science Consultant, Eisenhower Regional Consortium, Denver, CO David Vannier, American Associaton for the Advancement of Science/ National Science Foundation Science and Engineering Fellow, Arlington, VA
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