Lab Schedule

 

Fall 2015

 
9/14/2015

How People Learn

Summer 2015

 

9/1/2015

Lab Logistics and Mitch’s Research

8/25/2015

Börner Paper Discussion

7/21/2015

Etiowo Practice Presentation

7/07/2015

Ifenthaler Paper

6/25/2015

Practice SABER Presentations

6/16/2015

Seth's Practice Presentation

6/09/2015

Ainsworth Paper

6/02/2015

Duit Paper

5/19/2015

RCR

5/12/2015

First Lab Meeting of Summer

Spring 2015  
4/29/2015

Continuation of Paper Discussion

4/22/2015

Paper Discussion

4/15/2015

Research Interests for Summer

3/25/2015

Social Media in the Classroom

3/18/2015

SABER abstract

3/4/2015

Visit from Dr. Stolzfus

2/25/2015

Vaccinations part 2

2/18/2015

Vaccination

2/11/2015

Vision and Change

2/04/2015

Biology Education National Efforts

1/28/2015

First Meeting of 2015

Fall 2014

 

12/8/14

No meeting

12/1/14

Deciding on Spring Semester meeting times (Wednesdays at 11:30AM)

11/24/14

No meeting. Happy Thanksgiving

11/17/14

Steven summer research proposal

11/10/14

RCR Training - The Research Clinic

11/3/14

No meeting

10/27/14

Caleb presentation

10/20/14

Presentation by Trisha 
10/13/14 Read research proposal; brainstorm topics for research
10/06/14

Presentation by Molly

09/29/14

No Meeting 

09/22/14

Presentation by Anne Marie + Smith et al. (2013)

09/15/14

Discuss Freeman et al. (2014) + Tips for facilitating discussions

09/08/14

First Lab Meeting

 

Spring 2014

3/31/14

Final UURAF Preparation

3/24/14

UURAF Preparation

3/10/14

Brainstorming With Bloom

2/17/14

Impacts of Reform on Upper Division Performance

2/10/14

Verbal Final Paper Discussion

2/3/14

RCR

1/27/14

  • Jack discussed status on the Master Question List
  • Etiowo discussed Spring research directions. (Looking for parallels in student work)

1/20/13

No meeting (MLK service)

1/13/14

Anothony’s direction

  • Caught up about break,
  • Discussed Ainsworth paper
  • Assisted Anthony with topics (coding, statistics, organizing)
  • Changed time of meeting to 3:00PM

 

Fall 2013

10/30/13

Lyman Briggs Teaching Talk practice

10/23/13

RCR Training

9/25/13

Threshold Concepts Paper

 

Spring 2012

1/31/13

Schwarz et al. 2009. JRST 46(6): 632-654.

1/24/13

RCR Training: Research Misconduct. Read Fanelli. 2009. PLoSONE 4(5).

1/17/13

General administrative meeting - first of the semester

 

Fall 2012

9/20/2012

RCR Training: Human Subjects, continued

9/13/2012

RCR Training: Human Subjects

9/6/2012

General administrative meeting - first of the semester

 

Spring 2012

4/16/2012

RCR – Data acquisition, management, sharing & ownership - last of the semester

4/9/2012

Workshop UURAF  posters

4/2/2012

Workshop UURAF  posters

3/26/2012

Data collection – coding for ISB204, Andy’s research

3/19/2012

Seminar Visitor: Dr. Gili Marbach-Ad,  Univ of MD

3/12/2012

Research updates continued: Trisha & Neelima

2/27/2012

Research updates & feedback: Trisha & Neelima,  Jon Markey

2/20/2012

Manuscript Review – Joe’s model paper

2/13/2012

Workshop UURAF abstracts

2/6/2012

RCR – Research Misconduct

1/30/2012

Mayer, RE. 1999. Multimedia aids to problem-solving transfer. Int. J. of Educational Research 31: 611-623.

1/23/2012

Research updates & feedback:  Sasha & Andy

 

2011

12/5/2011

Gick & Holyoak. 1983. Schema Induction & Analogical Transfer. Cognitive Psychology 15: 1-38.  (Last meeting of Fall semester

11/28/2011

Motivation & Procrastination Discussion (http://jseliger.com/2011/01/24/why-dont-students-like-school-daniel-t-willingham/)

11/21/2011

Moser, JS, et al. 2011. Mind Your Errors: …Psychological Science  22(12): 1484-1489.

11/14/2011

Karpicke, JD, et al. 2008. The Critical Importance of Retrieval for Learning. Science 319: 966-968.

10/31/2011

General administrative meeting

10/24/2011

RCR – Intellectual Property

10/17/2011

Derting, T.L. and D. Ebert-May. 2010. Learner-centered inquiry in undergraduate biology: Positive relationships with long-term student achievement. CBE-Life Sciences Education 9: 462-472.

10/3/2011

Schwamborn, A.  et al. 2011. Cognitive load and instructionally supported learning with provided and learner-generated visualizations. Computers in Human Behavior 27: 89-93.

9/26/2011

Smith, MK. et al. 2009. Why Peer Discussion Improves Student Performance on In-Class Concept Questions. Science 323: 122-124

9/19/2011

RCR - Authorship

9/12/2011

General administrative meeting – first of the semester