Supported Site Ball State University: Publications & Talks

Publications

  1. David Grosnick and James Watson, Plugging the Leaky Bucket: Retention of Physics Teacher Graduates from Ball State University, submitted to the Forum on Education Newsletter, American Physical Society, December 2007.
  2. D. Grosnick, An Advisory Group to Provide Input in the Preparation of Future Teachers, Spring 2005 Newsletter, APS Forum on Education, American Physical Society, Spring 2005.

Talks (and other Presentations)

  1. David Grosnick, Elaine Gwinn, and Jeff Sayers, Master Teachers = Teacher-in-Residence = Success!, 2008 PhysTEC Meeting, Austin, TX, March 2008.
  2. Elaine Gwinn, What PTRA Can Do for You, INAAPT, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, April 2007.
  3. Mike Wolter, What are Physics Power Standards in Indiana, INAAPT, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, April 2007.
  4. Mike Wolter, Update on Indiana Physics End-of-Course Assessment Project, 2007, INAAPT, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, April 2007.
  5. Elaine Gwinn, Preparing and Mentoring Physics and Physical Science Teachers, NSTA National Conference, St. Louis, MO, March 28, 2007.
  6. D. Grosnick, E. Gwinn, D. Ober, and N. Anthony, Recruitment of Physics Majors and Physics Teaching Majors: A Multi-layered Approach at Ball State University, 2007 PhysTEC Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, March 2007.
  7. Elaine Gwinn, Higher INTASC Scores for Inquiry, PTEC Leadership Conference, Boulder, CO, March 3, 2007.
  8. Neil Anthony, STEM Education and the Changing Workforce, Rotary Club, Muncie, IN, February 2007.
  9. Mike Wolter, Indiana Physics ECA Study (2007 report), HASTI, Indianapolis, February 9, 2007.
  10. Elaine Gwinn, Producing More and Better Prepared Middle School Science, HASTI, Indianapolis, February 9, 2007.
  11. Elaine Gwinn, Producing More and Better Prepared Physics Teachers, AAPT/AAS Winter Meeting, Seattle, Washington, January 2007.
  12. Bob Hill, Student Preparation, Aptitude, and Performance in a First-Semester Algebra-Based Physics Course, AAPT/AAS Winter Meeting, Seattle, Washington, January 2007.
  13. Mike Wolter, Teachers In Residence (TIR’s): University Supervisors, Cooperating Teachers, and In-Service Mentors, AAPT/AAS Winter Meeting, Seattle, Washington, January 2007.
  14. Elaine Gwinn, Producing More and Better Prepared Physics Teachers, Indiana Academy of Science, Ball State University, September 2006.
  15. Neil Anthony, Teacher-in-Residence Outreach and Community College Activities, Poster Session, AAPT National Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, July 2006.
  16. Neil Anthony, A Teacher-in-Resident Year in Perspective, AAPT National Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, July 2006.
  17. Mike Wolter, The Indiana Physics Classroom Assessment, AAPT National Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, July 2006.
  18. D. Grosnick, PhysTEC at Ball State University: A Team Approach. National Meeting of the American Physical Society, Dallas, TX, April 24, 2006.
  19. J. Sayers and W. Smith, Teachers-in-Residence: High School Teachers on Campus to Enhance Collegiate Science Teaching, NSTA National Convention, Anaheim California, April 2006.
  20. M. Wolter, Indiana High School Physics ECA Results 2005, presented at Indiana Section Meeting of AAPT, Purdue University, April 2006.
  21. N. Anthony, Indiana’s Physics Teacher Production 1996-2005, poster session presented at Indiana Section Meeting of AAPT, Purdue University, April 2006.
  22. M. Wolter, The Indiana Physics ECA Item Analysis Study, INAAPT, Purdue University, April 2006.
  23. N. R. Anthony, Physics Teacher Production: Ball State University (1999-2005)/State of Indiana (1996-2005), Conference on the Preparation of Physics and Physical Science Teachers, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, March 24-25, 2006.
  24. M. Wolter, Classroom Discipline and Pre-service Teachers, Teacher Workshop, Ball State University, February 2006.
  25. N. Anthony, J. Sayers, and M. Wolter, The PhysTEC Project, Hoosier Association of Science Teachers 36th Annual Convention, Indianapolis, February 8-10, 2006.
  26. M. Wolter, PhysTEC: a Conceptual Mentoring Model, AAPT National Meeting, Anchorage, Alaska, January 2006.
  27. D. Grosnick, PhysTEC: A Program to Improve the Science Preparation of Future K-12 Teachers, 2005 Fall Meeting, College Science Educators of Indiana, Indiana University-Purdue University at Ft. Wayne, Ft. Wayne, IN, September 2005.
  28. M. Wolter, TIR or ReTIRe?, AAPT National Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2005.
  29. M. Wolter, TIR’s Can Retain Physics Teachers, poster session, AAPT National Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2005.
  30. M. Wolter, TIR’s Belong on University Campuses, poster session, AAPT National Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2005.
  31. M. Wolter, trainer/presenter, PhysTEC TIR Training Workshop, PhysTEC National Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2005.
  32. J. Sayers, N. Stauch, W. Semrau, S. Iona, and S. Washington, Who Are These PhysTEC TIRs and What Do They Do? AAPT Summer Meeting, Salt Lake City, August 2005.
  33. M. Wolter, A National Model for the Induction/Mentoring of Physics Teachers, TAG meeting, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, May 2005.
  34. J. Sayers, The PhysTEC National Conference at Ball State, Indiana Section of American Association of Physics Teachers, IUPUI, Indianapolis, April 2005.
  35. M. Wolter and B. Carter, The New Physics Course Assessment, Indiana Section of American Association of Physics Teachers, IUPUI, Indianapolis, April 2005.
  36. M. Wolter, A Camera in Every Physics Classroom, Indiana Section of American Association of Physics Teachers, IUPUI, Indianapolis, April 2005.
  37. M. Wolter and K. Scholtes, Math Belongs in Physics Classrooms, Indiana Section of American Association of Physics Teachers, IUPUI, Indianapolis, April 2005.
  38. M. Wolter and T. Robertson, Personalized, Web-Based Instruction Materials with LON-CAPA, Indiana Section of American Association of Physics Teachers, IUPU-I, Indianapolis, April 2005.
  39. M. Wolter, M. Fetters, and W. Semrau, Mentoring in the PhysTEC Project,¬ Invited paper, PhysTEC National Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005.
  40. M. Wolter and L. Cannon, Videostreaming for Classroom Mentoring, Invited paper, PhysTEC National Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005.
  41. D. Grosnick, The Use of Computer-Based Instructional Materials at Ball State University, PhysTEC Annual Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005.
  42. D. Grosnick and R. Hill, Improving Student Performance in First Year Physics Classes, PhysTEC Annual Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005.
  43. R. Hill, D. Grosnick, and J. Watson, Implementing the PET Curriculum at Ball State University, PhysTEC Annual Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005
  44. J. Sayers, An Induction/Mentoring Plan for the New TIR, PhysTEC Conf., PhysTEC Annual Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005.
  45. J. Sayers, The Ultimate Inquiry Learning Experience: The Indonesian Earthquake and Tsunami, PhysTEC Annual Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005.
  46. M. Wolter, TIR’s Can Retain Physics Teachers, PhysTEC Annual Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005.
  47. M. Wolter, TIRs--the Heart of PhysTEC, PhysTEC National Meeting, Ball State University, March 2005.
  48. J. Sayers and M. Wolter, Teacher-in-Residence: An Innovative Program to Strengthen Science Education, HASTI, Indianapolis, IN, February 2005.
  49. J. Sayers, M. Hamburger, B. Combs, D. Burch, and E. Solis, Learning From Disaster: The Great Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami, HASTI, Indianapolis, IN, February 2005.
  50. M. Hamburger, G. Pavlis, and J. Sayers, Indiana PEPP, HASTI, Indianapolis, IN, February 2005.
  51. M. Wolter and J. Sayers, Teacher-In-Residence: An Innovative Program to Strengthen Science Education, HASTI, Indianapolis, IN, February 2005.
  52. M. Wolter, “I will be back. I am back. Oh, my aching back!”, HASTI, Indianapolis, IN, February 2005.
  53. M. Wolter, INAAPT Open Forum, Current issues in Physics Education, HASTI, Indianapolis, IN, February 2005.
  54. M. Wolter, PhysTEC national staff, and PPI reps., NSF Review of the PhysTEC Project, ¬ Invited presentation, NSF National Review Board, Washington, DC, January 2005.
  55. J. Sayers, Teacher Leaders in Research Based Science Education: Astronomy Research in the Classroom, National Science Teachers Association, Indianapolis, November 2004.
  56. M. Wolter, PhysTEC Teacher-in-Residence Program, AAPT National AAPT Meeting, Sacramento, CA, Summer 2004.
  57. M. Wolter and D. Ledsinger, PhysTEC Induction/Mentoring Model, ¬ Invited Workshop for training TIR's, AAPT National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, Summer 2004.
  58. M. Wolter, Indiana Intelenet, Video-streaming for Novice Physics Teacher Mentoring, Invited Paper, AAPT National AAPT Meeting, Sacramento, CA, Summer 2004.
  59. D. Grosnick, W. Smith, D. Ober, R. Howes, J. Watson, G. Hill, and J. Bogan, PhysTEC Progress Report at Ball State University, PhysTEC Coalition Meeting, Xavier University, New Orleans, LA, March 2004.
  60. D. Grosnick, R. Howes, and J. Watson, PhysTEC: A Program to Improve the Science Preparation of Future K-12 Teachers, presented at the CSUI meeting, Argonne National Laboratory, October 2002.