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May 10-12, 2007.
Washington, D.C.
The Melrose Hotel

Pre-Workshop Activites (until May 10th)

Please complete at least one of the following documents prior to the workshop:
  • Short Summary - For the hurried individual, this requests the most basic information with little thought to form.
  • Tabular Summary - The above summary can be expanded to show progress across multiple years of development; makes for an intellectual challenge!
  • One Page Summary - For the loquacious among us, this document allows expansion as the author deems pertinent.

Samples can be viewed here!
Complete as much as you are able and send to Kirk Allen (allenk at purdue dot edu).

Workshop Activities

    Thursday, May 10th
  • 18:00 reception (cash bar)
  • 19:00 dinner: introductions and agenda review
    Friday, May 11th
  • 07:45 breakfast
  • 08:00 speed poster session A
  • 08:30 speed poster session B
  • 09:00 historical perspective
  • 09:15 linking to pedagogy
  • 10:15 break
  • 10:30 definition of a concept inventory
  • 11:00 challenges & barriers
  • 12:00 lunch
  • 13:00 challenges & barriers: small group discussions
  • 14:00 challenges & barriers: solutions
  • 15:00 break
  • 15:15 question development
  • 15:45 psychometric analyses
  • 16:15 break
  • 16:30 database & cyberstructure
  • 16:45 database & cyberstructure: small group discussions
  • 17:30 relaxation
  • 18:30 reception (cash bar)
  • 19:15 dinner
    Saturday, May 12th
  • 07:45 breakfast
  • 08:30 challenges & barriers: refinement
  • 09:30 challenges & barriers: group reports
  • 10:15 break
  • 10:30 broader adoption: small group discussions
  • 11:15 broader adoption: group reports
  • 12:00 lunch
  • 13:00 parting is such sweet sorrow

Post-Workshop Activites

Get back to work on that concept inventory!

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Wisdom

Those who can't do, teach - Anonymous?
Teaching is the highest form of understanding. - Aristotle

Copyright 2007. Kirk Allen.