The Tufts STEM Education Lecture Series highlights innovative STEM
education research in
an effort to increase collaboration between universities and
organizations dedicated to improving the way students learn.This new
lecture series is a joint venture between the Center for Engineering
Education and Outreach (CEEO) and the Tufts Education Department.
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Tufts STEM Education Lecture Series: Spring, 2011
Lectures: 4:30 – 5:30 PM in Anderson Hall in Nelson Auditorium
(unless indicated otherwise below)
Monday, February 7th
Engaging with Quantitative Thinking - Eleanor Duckworth, Professor of Education, Harvard University
Monday, March 7th - watch lecture here
The Scientific Approach to Teaching: Research as a Basis for Course Design- Eric Mazur, Professor of Physics and Applied Physics, Harvard University
Monday, April 4th - watch lecture here
How Immersion in Virtual Worlds Helps Students in the Real World - Chris Dede, Professor in Learning Technologies, Harvard University
Wednesday, April 6th- watch lecture here
Algebra, Additive and Multiplicative Structures. Is there any coherence at the early secondary level? - Gérard Vergnaud, Director Emeritus of research at CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
Monday, May 2nd - to register for this event, please click here.
The Emergence, Reproduction, and Change of Numerical Representations
and Ideas: The Study of Small Communities in New Guinea and the United
States - Geoff Saxe, Professor in the Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley
Anderson Hall is right next to the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO)