NARST Conference 2004 meets in Vancouver!
April 1-3, 2004
The University of Texas, Austin group attending the NARST conference comprises of Dr. Anthony Petrosino, Barbara Austin and Cherie McCollough from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. The group’s presentations are listed below.
Session 10D is being organized by Dr. Petrosino.
University-Secondary Collaborations for Curriculum Development and Implementation (401505)
Organizer: Anthony Petrosino, University of Texas at Austin, Center for Science and Mathematics Education
The Development and Field-testing of Secondary Science Instructional Materials Based on Topics in Biomedical Engineering. Robert D. Sherwood, Stacy Klein, Vanderbilt University
Designing Physiology-related Projects as Outreach from Biomedical Engineering to High School Biology. David E. Kanter, Brian Reiser, Northwestern University
Instructional Strategies: Implicit versus Explicit Instruction in the Problem-based Science Classroom Cherie A. McCollough, Anthony Petrosino, Ashley Welch, University of Texas at Austin
Encouraging ethical reasoning in the science classroom: An examination of a PBL unit on bioethics
Richard Vath, University of Michigan, Shelly Rodriguez, Crockett High School, Anthony Petrosino, University of Texas at Austin
Planning effective Science education programs using structured decomposition: A collaboration between colleges of Science and Education