10am – 5pm
March 14, 2014
Tolman Hall, UC Berkeley
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Mark Your Calendars!
GSE Research Day is March 14th 2014 this year and we hope to open our doors to the wider UC Berkeley community doing education-related research or work.
We look forward to a stimulating, fun, and low key day of sharing and dialog on the thing we all care about – education!
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
As usual, Education Research Day supports thoughtful dialog about educational issues through a range of presentation formats – including paper presentations, poster sessions, consultation roundtables, group presentations, interactive sessions, and mini-workshops (see below for description)
As organizers, we will attempt to accommodate all presentations that are relevant to education, proposed by a member of the UC Berkeley community, and sufficiently fleshed out to benefit from public conversation. We especially encourage research groups and teams to submit a panel proposal together!
New feature! This year presenters have a unique opportunity that has not been offered in years past: the option to submit their papers for publication consideration at the Berkeley Review of Education (BRE). Selected papers will appear in a special edition of the Spring/Summer 2014 Issue.
DUE ON-LINE by 5pm, March 8, 2014. CLICK HERE!
A. Paper Presentations: Paper sessions provide authors an opportunity to present on a panel an abbreviated version of their work and field questions and comments. The ‘paper’ presented may be a finished product or a work in progress.
B. Poster Session: Poster sessions combine graphic display of materials with the opportunity for individualized, informal discussion.
C. Consultation Roundtable: Consultation Roundtable allow maximum interaction with the presenters. Individual presenters are assigned numbered tables in a large meeting room where interested persons may gather for discussion with the presenter about his or her project or paper.
D. Group Presentations: This option provides several presenters the opportunity to discuss their work together and field questions and comments. Ideal for research groups, centers, or initiatives.
E. Interactive Sessions: This option allows presenters to pilot or receive feedback on a designed artifact, e.g., a computer simulation, robot, questionnaire, or group activity etc. Attendees are invited to work with the artifact or data as directed by the presenter/researcher.
F. Mini Workshops: Tis option provides an opportunity for presenters to share useful “how to’s” related to their work in education or graduate study. This is a presentation in which others can learn from your experience.