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Appendix A WORKSHOP AGENDA Workshop on Taking Stock of the National Science Education Standards: The Research 7:30 am Welcome Breakfast 8:25 am Introductions and Project Overview Cary Sneider, Museum of Science, Boston, steering committee chair 9:00 am Presentation of Findings by the Commissioned Authors Regarding the Influence of National Science Education Standards on: • Curriculum – James Ellis, University of Kansas • Teacher Development – Jonathan Supovitz, Consortium for Policy Research in Education, University of Pennsylvania • Assessment and Accountability – Norman Webb, Wisconsin Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin • Teachers and Teaching Practice – Iris Weiss and Sean Smith, Horizon Research, Inc. • Student Learning – Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University Followed by questions from participants 10:15 am Discussion of Authors’ Findings by Members of the Steering Committee • Ronald D. Anderson, University of Colorado • Rolf Blank, Council of Chief State School Officers • Enriqueta Bond, Burroughs Wellcome Fund • James J. Gallagher, Michigan State University • Brian Stecher, RAND Education 10:40 am Directions and Focus for Small Group Discussions
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10:45 am Break 11:00 am Small Group Breakout Sessions 12:00 pm Lunch 1:30 pm Report Back – A moderated panel reports out key ideas from small groups, with a discussion of those ideas. I. What are the implications of this research for policy and practice? II. What are the most important researchable questions that still need to be answered? 2:40 pm Reflections Regarding Participants’ Responses to the Papers – Brian Stecher 3:00 pm Final Comments and Adjournment – Cary Sneider
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