Kristin Bass and Nisaa Kirtman are planning to attend AERA 2018 April 13–17 in NYC. Please get in touch if you are interested in meeting! We look forward to this opportunity to connect with new and old colleagues and friends at this exciting venue. Nisaa will be presenting a paper co-authored with Cynthia Char titled “Evaluating the Literacies in Engineering for Access and Participation (LEAP) Conference”. Kristin will be presenting a paper co-authored with Dina Drits-Esser, Sheila Homburger, et al, titled “Development and Pilot Testing of an NGSS-Aligned Unit that Integrates Evolution and Heredity”.
Rockman et al is pleased to participate in two sessions at Evaluation 2017, the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, which is being held this year in Washington, DC!
Kristin Bass will be presenting a Birds of a Feather session on Thursday, November 9th from 12:15pm to 1:15pm. She will be presenting with Linda Thurston (Kansas State University), Pam Bishop (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) and Lisa Kaczmarczyk (PhD Consulting, LLC). Their session is entitled “Multi-scale evaluation and INCLUDES Alliance projects.”
Jennifer Borland will be presenting as part of a panel titled “The next best thing to being there: Telepresent Data Collection,” Thursday, November 9th from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. in the Thurgood Salon South.
See below for more details on Jen and Kristin’s presentations!
Meet Adam Moylan at the i3 Project Directors Meeting, July 16-18, in Washington DC. Adam will be participating in the meeting for the WestEd Leading with Learning project.
Meet Camellia Sanford at the 2017 Citizen Science Association conference in St. Paul Minnesota, May 17th-May 20th. Camellia will be co-facilitating a workshop, “What is Your Impact? Learn to Evaluate Your Citizen Science Project” on Weds., May 17th from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.
Camellia Sanford will be participating in the online discussion of the Peg + Cat Early Learning of Math Through Media project during the 2017 NSF STEM For All Video Showcase, Monday, May 15th-May 22nd. Researchers, content developers, educators, and members of the general public are invited to vote on their favorite videos and contribute to a STEM project discussion.