Acto de clausura del curso 2017-2018. Conferencia "Connecting Science Curriculum to Students’ Interests and Identities" por William Penuel

Por MIPE DIPE

Nos es grato anunciar al alumnado y profesorado del MIPE-DIPE que despediremos este curso académico con una conferencia impartida por el Dr. William Penuel de la Universidad de Colorado titulada:

"Connecting Science Curriculum to Students’ Interests and Identities"

La conferencia se certificará como actividad formativa MIPE-DIPE. Después  se servirá un refrigerio a los asistentes en la sala contigua (Sala de Juntas de la Facultad). ¡Os esperamos!

  • Fecha: miércoles, 20 de junio de 2018
  • Hora: 16h
  • Lugar: Sala de Grados de la Facultad de Psicología  UB (Edificio Ponent,) Campus Mundet
  • Formulario de inscripción.

Descripción
William R. Penuel is a professor of learning sciences and human
development in the School of Education at the University of Colorado
Boulder. His current research examines conditions needed to implement
rigorous, responsive, and equitable teaching practices in STEM education.
With colleagues from across the country, he is developing and testing new
models for supporting implementation through long-term partnerships
between educators and researchers. Currently, Penuel has partnerships with
large school districts and a national association of state science
coordinators focused on implementing the vision of science education
outlined in a Framework for K-12 Science Education. As a co-Principal
Investigator of the Research+Practice Collaboratory
(http://researchandpractice.org), he is developing resources to help
people build and sustain research-practice partnerships. Penuel is
currently Principal Investigator for the National Center for Research in
Policy and Practice (http://ncrpp.org), which is focused on how school and
district leaders use research. He is one of the developers of an approach
to improvement research called Design-Based Implementation Research
(http://learndbir.org).