STEM Initiatives Virtual Brown Bag Series: "The good, the bad and the ugly of engaging schools: What works and what doesn't"
STEM Initiatives Virtual Brown Bag Series: "The good, the bad and the ugly of engaging schools: What works and what doesn't" |
This interactive presentation will offer insights and suggestions on ways to establish productive and mutually beneficial relationships with schools -- a foundation for research success. Join co-presenters Kate Harkin and Jack Conrath as they discuss how to properly engage with school districts so that experiences are positive for both researchers and school district partners. A lively Q & A will follow the presentation.
Kate Harkin is the Director of Ohio State's P-12 Initiative, a university wide partnership that links Ohio schools with the expertise and resources of Ohio State. Jack Conrath is former superintendent of Whitehall City Schools. He currently directs the Superintendent Licensure Program at the College of Education and Human Ecology.
This Virtual Brown Bag is part of a series of lunchtime webinars organized by STEM Initiatives to highlight opportunities for the university community to collaborate with partners involved with STEM Initiatives focus areas:
-outreach and engagement with schools and the public
-reform of undergraduate teaching and learning
-recruitment and retention of students from underrepresented groups
This Virtual Brown Bag is co-sponsored by the College of Education and Human Ecology's P-12 Initiative. Visit http://go.osu.edu/harkin for registration and more information.
|Date and time:||May 22, 2013|
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
|Location:||Area on Campus: Carmen Connect webinar|
|Event category:||Arts and Sciences|
|Event Type:||Brown Bag|