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    Chemistry Education Seminar: “Moving Beyond Critical Thinking” 4:00 pm
    Chemistry Education Seminar: “Moving Beyond Critical Thinking” @ TBBC 4630
    Jan 7 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    Chemistry Education Seminar: "Moving Beyond Critical Thinking" @ TBBC 4630
    Moving Beyond “Critical Thinking”: Supporting and Assessing 3-Dimensional Learning in High School and College Ryan Stowe, Michigan State University   Many modern reform efforts in science education, including those built around the Next Generation Science[...]
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    Physics Education Seminar: Teaching Problem-Solving Flexibility 2:00 pm
    Physics Education Seminar: Teaching Problem-Solving Flexibility @ JFB 103
    Jan 11 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
    Physics Education Seminar: Teaching Problem-Solving Flexibility @ JFB 103
    Teaching Problem-Solving Flexibility: Developing Learning Theory and Instructional Methods through Physics Education Research Eric Kuo, University of Pittsburgh   Learning physics means learning how to deploy a small set of general principles flexibly in a[...]
    Chemistry Education Seminar: Exploring how students make sense of conflicting animations 4:00 pm
    Chemistry Education Seminar: Exploring how students make sense of conflicting animations @ TBBC 4630
    Jan 17 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    Chemistry Education Seminar: Exploring how students make sense of conflicting animations @ TBBC 4630
    Exploring how students make sense of conflicting animations of the submicroscopic level of a precipitation reaction Resa M. Kelly, San José State University   A common practice for learning chemistry is to consider how observable[...]
    Physics Education Seminar: Problematizing as “doing physics” 2:00 pm
    Physics Education Seminar: Problematizing as “doing physics” @ JFB 103
    Jan 25 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
    Physics Education Seminar: Problematizing as “doing physics” @ JFB 103
    Problematizing as “doing physics” The importance of formulating questions and problems in students’ and physicists’ inquiry  Anna Phillips, Tufts University   Physicists treat well-formulated problems as knowledge objects: we construct them, study them, and convince[...]
    Physics Education Seminar: Gender Research in PER 12:30 pm
    Physics Education Seminar: Gender Research in PER @ JFB 101
    Jan 29 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
    Physics Education Seminar: Gender Research in PER @ JFB 101
    Gender Research in PER: A Binary Past and Complex Future  Ramón Barthélemy, Solutions for Policy, EAB    Gender research in physics education research (PER) has become common in the last three decades. This work, however, has[...]
    Chemistry Education Seminar: Peer-Led Team Learning in General Chemistry 4:00 pm
    Chemistry Education Seminar: Peer-Led Team Learning in General Chemistry @ TBBC 4630
    Jan 31 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    Chemistry Education Seminar: Peer-Led Team Learning in General Chemistry @ TBBC 4630
    Peer-Led Team Learning in General Chemistry: Interactions with Identity, Academic Preparation, and a Course-Based Intervention Gina Frey, Washington University in St. Louis   Robust evidence shows that Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) improves the academic success[...]