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Inquiry Based Learning in College Mathematics
A teaching seminar presented by Dr. Patrick Rault, Associate Professor at the State University of New York (SUNY) College at Geneseo
Located in News and Events / 2015 Events
From Grassroots to Institutionalization: RIT's CASTLE
A Seminar with Dr. Scott Franklin, Professor of Physics and Director of Center for Advancing Science/Mathematics Teaching, Learning and Evaluation, Rochester Institute of Technology
Located in News and Events / 2015 Events
Teaching Metacognition to Explore Scientific Inquiry
A Workshop with Dr. Scott Franklin, Professor of Physics and Director of Center for Advancing Science/Mathematics Teaching, Learning and Evaluation, Rochester Institute of Technology
Located in News and Events / 2015 Events
Workshop with the Office of Research Protections
A brief overview of topics you will need to consider before engaging in research with human subjects will be covered in the workshop. A light lunch will be provided, so please RSVP to Tara Witherite (trw1@psu.edu) by noon on January 5th.
Located in News and Events / 2014 Events
How Can We Approach Measuring Learning Gains?
A Brown Bag Lunch Seminar presented by Eric Loken, a Research Associate Professor in Human Development.
Located in News and Events / 2014 Events
Day 2: 2014 CESE Summer Workshops
An itinerary for Day 2 of the 2014 CESE Summer Workshops.
Located in News and Events / 2014 Events
Day 1: 2014 CESE Summer Workshops
An itinerary for Day 1 of the 2014 CESE Summer Workshops.
Located in News and Events / 2014 Events
Improving Undergraduate STEM Education
Part two of the CESE Spring Lecture Series, “Reforming Science Education; Promoting Deep Learning in a Superficial Society." Presented by Susan Singer, Director of the Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science Foundation. *Please note the new date for this seminar.
Located in News and Events / 2014 Events
Mathematics Department Teaching Seminar
Myths About How Students Learn in STEM Courses, presented by Dr. Peggy Van Meter, Associate Professor in the College of Education, and Dr. Carla Firetto, Postdoctoral Fellow in the College of Education.
Located in News and Events / 2013 Events
Presentation on October 31st* "Maintaining High Level Laboratory Experiences Using an Apprenticeship Model of Instruction"
Jennifer Tan, Graduate Student in the Department of Chemistry, presents her fellows project.
Located in News and Events / 2013 Events

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