During this informal webinar, we'll guide those of you with a basic knowledge of the website (and/or those proposing sessions for this year's PI meeting!) through identifying potential collaborators, setting up secure virtual spaces to share and archive resources, and managing both group and project membership. For those who are new to the CADRE website, we recommend attending CADRE Website Orientation 101, immediately preceding this event.
Discuss the Standards with the Writers on June 30
This webinar will describe work conducted at the Center for Elementary Mathematics and Science Education reform that focuses on the development of a suite of instruments for measuring fidelity of implementation (FOI) across multiple programs. The webinar will include a description of CEMSE’s conceptual framework that underlies the FOI measurement approach and then will show how that approach is operationalized via a critical component approach to FOI measurement.
For those that weren't able to attend the June 10th website orientation, we're offering a second "make-up" orientation to the CADRE website. You can also access the recording of the original presentation, here.
Date: Thursday, May 20, 2010
Time: 4pm EST
Participate: http://tinyurl.com/participateMSP2 - the room will open at 3:45pm EST
Join us as we discuss two challenging topics in the elementary and middle school curriculum - day and night and seasons from both science and literacy perspectives.
Online discussions in the CAISE Forum: Go to connect.astc.org, set up an account, find the "CAISE Forum," and enroll yourself using the word "informal" as the enrollment key.
For more information, go to: http://informalscience.org/event/show/186
The goal of the Intersection project is to build capacity and collaboration at the intersection of two fields, informal science education and the learning sciences. Our project supports researchers and practitioners to collaborate on educational research, development, and dissemination projects to advance our knowledge of how people learn in non-school settings and to inform best practices in informal STEM education. The project includes work on four themes: Engagement and learning, access and equity, facilitation, teaching, and assistance, and learning technologies.
As online learning gains traction within brick-and-mortar schools, a hybrid model of face-to-face and Internet-based coursework is emerging as the most popular form of e-instruction. But it takes more than computer access to create a successful hybrid-learning program. Join our expert guests for a discussion of how administrators can incorporate online courses into their students’ school days, and how in-person instructors can help make the online-learning experience work better for students.