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NSF Workshops at the Frontiers in Education 2010 Conference

October 30, 2010 8:00 AM  to 
October 30, 2010 3:00 PM
Marriott Crystal Gateway, Arlington, Virginia

Session S1A: Mini Workshop - A Workshop on Evaluation of Education Development Projects

Engineering educators are becoming more and more involved in both funded and unfunded projects to improve the learning of their students. The goal of this workshop is to prepare engineering faculty members to work with an evaluator to plan and implement an effective evaluation of an educational development project. In pursuit of this goal, the workshop intends to increase the participants' awareness of the purpose and uses of evaluation, of the role of goals and outcomes in the evaluation process, of the nature of the cognitive outcomes, and of evaluation tools for documenting and monitoring these types of outcomes.

Session S3B: Special Session - Moving From CCLI to TUES - Meeting NSF Expectations 

Engineering faculty members interested in education research and development projects need NSF funding to support their efforts. This session aims to enable the participants to prepare more competitive curriculum development proposals to the NSF Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics (TUES) Program, the replacement for the Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory (CCLI) Program. The session should make them aware of the expanded expectations defined in the new Solicitation and prepare them to develop proposals that meet these expectations.

Meeting Type

Don Lewis Millard, (703) 292-4620, dmillard@nsf.gov
Ning Fang, (703) 292-8637, nfang@nsf.gov
Janis P. Terpenny, (703) 292-4640, jterpenn@nsf.gov
Russell L. Pimmel, (703) 292-4618, rpimmel@nsf.gov

NSF Related Organizations
Division of Undergraduate Education

Related Programs
Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Public Attachments
Evaluation of Education Development Products
Moving from CCLI to TUES

Related Websites
FIE Conference Page: http://www.fie-conference.org/fie2010/


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