Waterbury Summit Presentations

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Session 1 - Systems Thinking

Systems Thinking & K-16 Engineering Education
Dr. Thomas Litizinger, The Pennsylvania State University

Presentation 2
Dr. James Minstrell, FACET Innovations

Systems Thinking as a Design Problem: A Response to Litzinger and Minstrell et al.
Dr. Marcela Borge, The Pennsylvania State University

Improving Learning about Systems Requires Designing for Change in Educational Systems
Dr. William Penuel, The University of Colorado, Boulder

Poster Presentation
Dr. Robert Crane, Mark Merritt, Dr. Carla Zembal-Saul, The Pennsylvania State University

Session 2 - Model-Based Reasoning

Meeting the Standards for STEM Education: Individual and National Needs
Dr. Spencer Benson, The University of Macau, SAR, PRC

Session 3 - Quantitative Reasoning

Quantitative Reasoning in Mathematics Education: Directions in Research and Practice
Dr. Heather Johnson, The University of Colorado, Denver

Data Modeling: From Design Experiments to Scale Implementation
Dr. Anthony Petrosino, The University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Richard Lehrer, The Vanderbilt University

Waterbury Summit Response to Quantitative Reasoning Papers
Dr. Robert Mayes, Georgia Southern University

Capturing a Tension between Structure and Variability
Dr. Rose Zbiek, The Pennsylvania State University

Virtual and Authentic Web-based Ecological Inquiries
Dr. X. Ben wu, Texas A&M University
Dr. Stephanie Knight, The Pennsylvania State University

Session 4 - Equity, Epistemic, and Ethical Outcomes

Presentation 1
Dr. Kai Schafft and Catharine Biddle, The Pennsylvania State University

Science Education: The Role of Procedural and Epistemic Knowledge?
Dr. Jonathan Osborne, Stanford University

Response Presentation 
Dr. Nancy Tuana, The Pennsylvania State University

Poster Presentation
Dr. Russell Graham, Mark Merritt, Elizabeth Hufnagel, Dr. Carla Zembal-Saul, The Pennsylvania State University

Session 5 - STEM Communication & Outreach

New Environments for Professional Development: Situating Science Learning and Teaching in a Post-Framework and NGSS World
Dr. Jean Moon, Tidemark Institute

Presentation 2
Dr. Kirsten Ellenbogen, Great Lakes Science Center

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