ABSTRACTS and Papers 04/29/06

 

Time

SESSIONS

                            Friday May 5, 2006

6:00pm

Reception

7:00pm

Dinner

 8:00pm

Keynote

Ken Zeichner, University of Wisconsin-Madison

(Scribe: Frank McNerney)

Title:

PowerPoint: Zeichner.ppt

                          Saturday May 6, 2006

7:30 - 8:30

Breakfast

 

8:30-10:00

Policy Plenary

Respondent: Michael Padilla, National Science Teachers Association

Scribe: Yijie Zhao, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

 

Emily Feistritzer, National Center for Alternative Certification

Title:

Antoinette Mitchell, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education

Title: The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and Alternative Programs: An Unexpected Convergence

paper: Antoinette Mitchell.doc

 

10:00-10:30

Break

10:30-12:30

Parallel Sessions I - POLICY (Scribe: Jack Czajkowski)

 

Cassandra Guarino, RAND

 (Respondent: Joseph Berger)

Title: Teacher Recruitment and Retention: A Review of the Recent Empirical Literature

Abstract: Cassandra Guarino.doc

Paper:

Frances Lawrenz, James J. Appleton, Marjorie Bullitt Bequette, Ann Ooms and Deena Wassenberg

University of Minnesota

 (Respondent: Joseph Berger)

Title: Tripartite Synthesis of Research and Data on Recruitment and Retention of STEM Teachers

Abstract: Marjorie Bequette.doc

Paper: Marjorie Bequette.doc

Hamilton Lankford, University at Albany

 (Respondent: Joseph Berger)

Title: How Changes in Entry Requirements Alter the Teacher Workforce and Affect Student Achievement

Paper: Hamilton Lankford.pdf

Elaine Chin, California Polytechnic State University

 (Respondent: Joseph Berger)

Title: Characteristics of Science and Math Teachers Prepared through Alternative Certification Programs in California

Abstract: Elaine Chin.doc

Paper: Elaine Chin.doc

10:30-12:30

Parallel Sessions I - PRACTICE (Scribe: Frank McNerney)

 

Timothy Daly, The New Teacher Project

 (Respondent: Bobby Jeanpierre)

Title: Science Immersion

Abstract: Timothy Daly.doc

Paper: Timothy Daly.doc

Christopher Jon Schultz, Tuloso-Midway ISD, Texas

(Respondent: Irma Harper Marshall)

Title: ALTERNATIVE CERTIFICATION AND THE SECOND CAREER PROFESSIONAL:  HOW TO GET MORE OF A GOOD THING 

Abstract: Christopher Schulz.doc

Paper: Christopher Schulz.doc

Beatriz Ceja, Gillian Cohen-Boyer & Thelma Leenhouts , US Department of Education

(Respondent: Richard Iuli)

Title: Transition to Teaching: Recruiting, preparing, and retaining science teachers through ttt

PowerPoint Presentation: Ceja&Cohen-Boyer.ppt

Meredith Ludwig, American Institute for Research

 (Respondent: Richard Iuli)

Title: evaluation of the Transition to Teaching program (???)

Abstract: Meredith Ludwig.doc

10:30-12:30

Parallel Sessions I - RESEARCH (Scribe: Kathy Shea)

 

Anita Greenwood, Kathy Shea &  Charmaine Hickey

University of Massachusetts Lowell

(Respondent: Judith McDonald)

Title: the role of mentors and college supervisors in providing INSTRUCTIONAL           support to alternative route novice stem teachers: Two Studies

Abstract: ANITA GREENWOOD.doc

Paper: Anita Greenwood.doc

Carole Mitchener, University of Illinois at Chicago

 (Respondent: Kent Divoll, University of Massachusetts - Amherst)

Title: The Importance of Action Research in the Second Year: Learning to Teach Science through an Alternative Route

Abstract: Carole Mitchener.doc

Paper: Carole Mitchener.doc

Jodie A. Galosy, Michigan State University

(Respondent: Anne Kern)

Title: A case study of an urban district: resources and intern science teacher’s          Curriculum goals

Abstract: JODIE GALOSY.doc

Paper: Jodie Galosy.doc

12:30-1:30

Lunch

 

1:30-3:00

Research Plenary

Respondent: Allan Feldman, University of Massachusetts - Amherst                 

Scribe: Abdulkadir Demir, University of Missouri - Columbia

Edward Britton, WestEd

Title: SUBJECT-SPECIFIC INDUCTION FOR BEGINNING SCIENCE TEACHERS

 

Abstract: Edward Britton.doc

Paper: Edward Britton.doc

Daniel C. Humphrey, Marjorie E. Wechsler and Heather J. Hough

SRI International

Title: CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE TEACHER CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

Abstract: MARJORIE WECHSLER.doc

Paper: Marjorie Wechsler.doc

Joan Prival, National Science Foundation

Title: Alternative Certification Models: NSF Funding Opportunities for Research and Development

Abstract: Joan Prival.doc

3:00-3:45

Break and Posters

3:45-5:30

Parallel Sessions II - POLICY (Scribe: Jack Czajkowski)

 

Allan G. Harrison, Central Queensland University, Australia

(Respondent: Anita Greenwood)

Title: RECRUITING AND EDUCATING SCIENCE TEACHERS IN AUSTRALIA

Abstract: ALLAN HARRISON.doc

Paper: Allan Harrison.doc

Jesus Vázquez-Abad and  Jean-Pierre Charland

Université de Montréal, Canada

(Respondent: Barbara Austin)

Title: Preparing Science Teachers for Québec’s High-School at Université de Montréal

Abstract: Jesús Vázquez.doc

Paper: Jesus Vazquez-Abad.doc

Pamela Esprivalo Harrell, University of North Texas

Jennifer K. Jackson, Western Governors University

 (Respondent: William Veal)

Title: Teacher Knowledge Myths: An Examination of the Relationship between the Texas Examinations of Educator Standards and Formal Content Area Coursework, Grade Point Average and Age of Coursework

Abstract: Pamela Esprivalo Harrell.doc

Paper: Pamela Harrell.doc

3:45-5:30

Parallel Sessions II - PRACTICE (Scribe: Charmaine Hickey)

 

Michael Marder, University of Texas at Austin

(Respondent: Craig Berg)

Title: UTeach

Abstract: Michael Marder.doc

Paper: Michael Marder.doc

Dan MacIsaac, (SUNY) Buffalo State College

 (Respondent: Grant Holley)

Title: A New Model Alternative Certification Program For HS Physics Teachers: New Pathways to Physics Teacher Certification at SUNY- Buffalo State College (???)

Abstract: Dan MacIsaac.doc

Paper: Dan MacIsaac.doc

Bruce E. Herbert, Texas A&M University
Bonnie Longnion, North Harris Montgomery Community College District

Guy Sconzo, Humble Independent School District

(Respondent: Vicki Metzgar)

Title: Bridging Communities: The Roles and Impact of STEM Faculty in Building a Professional Learning Community Supporting Intern Teachers seeking Alternative Certification

Abstract: Bruce Herbert.doc

3:45-5:30

Parallel Sessions II - RESEARCH (Scribe: Kent Divoll)

 

 

HsingChi A. Wang, University of Calgary, Canada

(Respondent: Abdulkadir Demir)

Title: Unfolding Issues of Secondary Science Teacher’s Knowledge for an Alternative Certification Program

Abstract: HsingChi Wang.doc

Paper: HsingChi Wang.pdf

Thomas R. Koballa Jr., University of Georgia

Leslie Upson Bradbury, Appalachian State University

Cynthia Minchew Deaton, University of Georgia

Shawn M. Glynn, University of Georgia

(Respondent: Judith Hayes)

Title: Conceptions of Mentoring and Mentoring Practice in Alternative Secondary Science Teacher Education

Abstract: Thomas Koballa.doc

Paper: Thomas Koballa.doc

Sandra Abell, Fran Arbaugh, Kathryn Chval, Patricia Friedricshen, John Lannin and Mark Volkmann

University of Missouri-Columbia

 (Respondent: Donna Sterling)

Title: RESEARCH ON ALTERNATIVE CERTIFICATION:  WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

Abstract: SANDRA ABELL.doc

Paper: Sandra Abell.doc

Michele H. Lee, Travis A. Olson and Jay P. Scribner

University of Missouri – Columbia

 (Respondent: Kathleen Gagne)

Title: Exploring Alternative Teacher Certification Policy and Practice through an Examination of Novice Science Teachers

Abstract: Michele Lee.doc

Paper: Michele Lee.doc

6:30

Dinner

                          Sunday May 7, 2006

8:00 - 9:00

Breakfast

9:00-12:00

Working Sessions (all participants)

12:00-1:00

Lunch

1:00-4:00

Writing Committees (only committee members and scribes)

 

 

Posters - PRACTICE

Barbara Austin, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Title: ALTERNATIVE LICENSURE AT NEW MEXICO TECH

Abstract: Barbara Austin.doc

Paper: Barbara Austin.pdf

Craig A. Berg, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Michael P. Clough, Iowa State University

Title: “ALTERNATIVE” STILL REQUIRES REACHING YOUR DESTINATION: A VISUAL FRAMEWORK  FOR TEACHER DECISION-MAKING

Abstract: Craig Berg.doc

Paper: Craig Berg.doc

Kathleen D. Gagne, University of Massachusetts

Title: 180 Days IN SPRINGFIELD: CULTIVATING SCHOOL-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS TO ENHANCE URBAN TEACHING

Abstract: Kathleen Gagne.doc

Paper: Kathleen Gagne.doc

John R. Gantz, Troops to Teachers

Title: TROOPS TO TEACHERS – A SOURCE OF QUALITY MATH AND SCIENCE TEACHERS

Abstract: John Gantz.doc

Paper: John Gantz.doc

Judith L. Hayes, Wichita State University

Title: AN INQUIRY INTO BEST PRACTICES FOR PREPARING AND RETAINING ALTERNATIVE CERTIFICATION CANDIDATES IN THE SCIENCES

Abstract: Judith Hayes.doc

Paper: Judith Hayes.doc

Grant L. Holley and John Penick

NC State University

Title: DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR? BUILDING A MODEL BASED ON RESEARCH AND EXPERIENCE-NC STATE UNIVERSITY

Abstract: Grant Holley.doc

Paper: Grant Holley.doc

Richard Iuli, Robin Voetterl and Tina Wagle

SUNY Empire State College

Title: SUNY Empire State College's MAT Program: An Alternative Alternative STEM Teacher Preparation Pathway

Abstract: Richard Iuli.doc

Bobby Jeanpierre, University of Central Florida

Title: What Does It Take To become a Successful Urban Middle-level Science Teacher

Abstract: Bobby Jeanpierre.doc

Irma Harper Marshall and Maya M. Edwards

Texas A&M University-Texarkana

Title: PACT & PEER: ON-LINE MENTORING FOR THE ACP SCIENCE INTERN

Abstract: Irma Harper.doc

Paper: Irma Harper.rtf

Vicki H. Metzgar and Alene H. Harris

Vanderbilt University

Title: Helping Alternatively Certified Science Teachers Maximize Their Teaching Potential Through Research-Based Classroom Management Strategies in Science Labs

Abstract: Vicki Metzgar.doc

Paper: Vicki Metzgar.doc

Chris Olszewski

SUNY-Buffalo State College

Title: The Road Less Travelled: A Ph.D. Physicist becomes a HS Physics Teacher

Abstract: Chris Olszewski.doc

Paper: Chris Olszewski.doc

William Veal, College of Charleston

Dorothy Mebane, University of North Carolina

Keri Randoph, Northwood High School,Chatham County, NC.

Title: Online Science Methods for Lateral Entry Science Teachers

Abstract: William Veal.doc

Paper: William Veal.doc

Posters - RESEARCH

Abdulkadir Demir, University of Missouri, Columbia

Title: Alternatively Certified Beginning Science Teachers’ Practice of Inquiry-Based Instruction

Abstract: Abdulkadir Demir.doc

Anne L. Kern and Gillian H. Roehrig, University of Minnesota

Julie A. Luft, Arizona State University

Title: EXAMINATION OF A SCIENCE TEACHER INTERN PROGRAM

Abstract: Anne Kern.doc

Paper: Anne Kern.doc

Judith R. McDonald, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, NC

Title: A STUDY OF SECOND CAREER LATERAL ENTRY SCIENCE TEACHERS: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE NATURE OF SCIENCE AND THEIR CLASSROOM PRACTICES

Abstract: Judith McDonald.doc

Paper: Judy McDonald.doc

Donna R. Sterling, Wendy M. Frazier, Mollianne G. Logerwell and Anastasia Kitsantas

George Mason University

Title: NEW SCIENCE TEACHERS’ SUPPORT NETWORK: HOW CAN WE HELP PROVISIONALLY LICENSED TEACHERS SUCCEED?

Abstract: Donna Sterling.doc

Paper: Donna Sterling.doc