Deadline: Friday, June 16
Workshops afford participants an opportunity to experience first-hand the research tools and strategies employed by the presenter. Workshop presenters will create an interactive environment in which participants will become familiarized with real data or research results and work collaboratively to discuss their analysis and/or implications through hands-on/minds-on activities. Similar to the Targeted Poster and Data Consultation Sessions, Workshops will strive to address the conference theme and/or general issues related to methodology of physics education research.
If you would like to organize a Workshop, please complete and submit the online proposal form before the Friday, June 16 deadline.
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In completing the form you and your co-organizers will be required to:
Articulate a unifying theme that will be addressed by the workshop, and describe how this theme relates to the overall conference theme .
Describe the activities that you will have the workshop participants engage in.
PERC 2006 Organizing Committee
|Department of Physics, MSC 3D|
|New Mexico State University, PO Box 30001|
|Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001|
|(505) 646-1208 office|
|(505) 646-1934 fax|
|Department of Physics|
|Southern Illinois University Edwardsville|
|(618) 650-2934 office|
|(618) 650-3556 fax|
|Department of Physics, MH-611|
|California State University Fullerton|
|Fullerton, CA 92834|
|(714) 278-2270 office|
|(714) 278-5810 fax|
|Department of Physics & Astronomy|
|University of Pittsburgh|
|Pittsburgh, PA 15260|
|(412) 624-9045 office|
|(412) 624-9163 fax|