Talks & Posters

Talks

Embedded Experts:  A productive approach to transforming undergraduate STEM education, AAPT, Sacramento CA (Summer 2016).

The Science Education Initiative:  An Experiment in Scaling up Educational Improvements in a Research University, invited speaker,, Rutgers University, New Jersey (March 22, 2016).  Transforming Institutions conference, Purdue University (October 23, 2014)

The Quasi-Linear Dynamics of a Career in Science Education.  Invited Speaker, University of California Santa Cruz Women in Physics Conference (January 22, 2015),  Plenary Speaker, University of Oregon Women in Science Group, Portland, OR (April 28, 2012); Invited speaker, University of Oregon Women in Science Group, Portland, OR (November 11, 2011); Invited Speaker, Duke University Graduate Group, Durham, NC (September 27, 2013).

Eight years of change:  Outcomes from the Science Education Initiative, AAPT, Minneapolis MN (Summer, 2014).

A scholarly approach to science education: A research-validated approach to transforming junior E&M, Colloquium, Duke University (September 24, 2013).

Introducing students to active learning:  “Framing” strategies, AAPT, Portland, OR (2013).

Getting the Word Out:  Effective Communication of the Results of Our Work in Physics Education Research.  Plenary Speaker, Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research, Puget Sound, Seattle, WA (March 2011); Invited speaker, Global Physics Department, online (November 2, 2011); AAPT, Ontario, CA (February 6, 2012). University of Maryland special talk (December 10, 2013).

Clickers in context:  How is peer instruction used in the classroom (and what works?) Special seminar, University of California at Santa Cruz (January 23, 2012).

Clickers in context:  How is peer instruction used in the classroom (and what works?) Invited speaker, Department Colloquium, Oregon State University Physics Dept. (October 17, 2011)

Adopt, Adapt, or Abandon?  Instructors’ Decisions to use Research-Based Materials, AAPT, Omaha, NE (August, 2011).

Speaking of Physics:  The Art of Science Communication.  University of West Virginia Colloquium, Morgantown, WV (March 2, 2012); Invited panelist, AAPT, Omaha NE (August, 2011); , Department Colloquium, Physics Dept., San Jose State University, San Jose CA (October, 2006).

Learning Goals and Bloom’s Taxonomy.  Guest lecturer, “Teaching and Learning of Biology” course, CU-Boulder biology department (Feb. 11, 2011).

Alternative Careers in Media.  Beyond Boulder student career panel.  Invited panelist,  (Feb. 25, 2011).

Translating Discipline-Based Education Research to K12 Teachers, S. Chasteen and T. Loeblein. iSTEM Teacher Professional Development Mini-Symposium.  Invited speaker,  Boulder CO (Sept 2, 2010).

Facing Facebook:  Using Social Media In and Out of the Classroom.  Invited panelist and speaker, AAPT, Portland OR (July, 2010).

What (most) Physicists (don’t) Do:  Alternative Careers in Science.  Invited speaker, Carleton College, MN (April 2010).

Flirt Harder, I’m a PhysicistInvited speaker, Women in JILA group, CU Boulder (October, 2009).

Thinking Like a Physicist:  Transforming Upper-Division Electricity and Magnetism, Carleton College Colloquium, MN (April 2010); New England AAPT, Durham NH (October, 2009).

A Research-Based Transformation of Junior Electricity and Magnetism.  APS, Denver CO (March, 2009).

Clicker Use in Upper-Division Courses, Invited speaker, AAPT, Chicago, IL (February, 2009); Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference, Boulder CO (August, 2009).

Transforming Upper-Division Electricity & Magnetism, APS, Denver, CO (March, 2007).

Transforming Upper-Division E&M, AAPT, Edmonton, AB (July, 2008).

Get the Word Out: My Life as a Scientist Communicator, invited speaker, Ecological Society of America, San Jose, CA (March, 2007)

Hear Me Out:  Communicating Nanotechnology through Podcasts . Communicating Science to Broader Audiences, Lincoln, NE (December, 2007)

SmallTalk:  Conversations about Nanotechnology through Podcasts, AAPT, Seattle WA (July, 2007).

Posters

The “embedded expert” model of educational transformation:  The SEI and TRESTLE.  S.V. Chasteen and K. K. Perkins, AAPT, Sacramento CA (Summer 2016).

Evaluating the Workshop for New Physics and Astronomy Faculty, S.V. Chasteen, R. Chattergoon, E. Prather, B. Hilborn, AAPT, Sacramento CA (Summer 2016).

The CU Science Education Initiative:  Examining the Model and its’ Impact, S. V. Chasteen, D. Caballero, K. Perkins, C. E. Wieman, , AAPT, Minneapolis MN (Summer, 2014).

The University of Colorado Science Education Initiative free instructor, course and workshop materials, S. V. Chasteen and K. K. Perkins, AAPT, Portland OR (August 2013).

“Framing” strategies for promoting a productive active learning classroom, S. V. Chasteen, A. Boudreau, J. Gaffney, AAPT, Portland OR (August 2013).

Teasing Out the Effect of Tutorials, S. V. Chasteen, PERC, Omaha, NE (August 2011).

Learning About Teaching Physics:  A new audio podcast on physics education research for teachers.  S. V. Chasteen and M. Fuchs, AAPT, Omaha, NE (August, 2011) and Ontario, CA (February, 2012).

But Does it Last?  Sustaining Upper-Division Transformations in Electricity and Magnetism.  S. V. Chasteen, R. E. Pepper, S. J. Pollock, K. Perkins.  Center for Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, Madison, WI (October, 2011); Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research, Puget Sound, Seattle, WA (March 2011).

Translating Discipline-Based Education Research to K12 Teachers, S. Chasteen, K. Perkins, C. Wieman. iSTEM Teacher Professional Development Mini-Symposium, Boulder CO (Sept 2, 2010).

New Ways of Teaching Junior E&M – Descriptions and Results.  S. V. Chasteen, S. J. Pollock, M. Dubson, E. Kinney, P. Beale and K. K. Perkins.  AAPT,  Portland OR (July 2010).

An Inside Look:  Practical strategies for personal response systems (“clickers”).  S.V. Chasteen.  AAPT, Portland OR (July 2010); AAPT, Omaha, NE (August, 2011); AAPT, Ontario, CA (February, 2012).

But Does it Last?  Sustaining Upper-Division Transformations in Electricity and Magnetism.  S. V. Chasteen, R. E. Pepper, S. J. Pollock, K. Perkins.  PERC, Portland OR (July, 2010).

Upper Division Transformations in Physics.  S.V. Chasteen, S. Goldhaber, M. Dubson, E. Kinney, O. DeWolfe, P. Beale, K. Perkins, STEM Education Symposium, Boulder CO (August, 2009)

Thinking Like a Physicist:  Transforming Upper Division Electricity & Magnetism, S. V. Chasteen, S. J. Pollock, M. Dubson, E. Kinney, P. Beale and K. Perkins, PERC, Ann Arbor, MI (July 2009);

Tapping into Juniors’ Understanding of E&M:  Development of the CUE Assessment, S. V. Chasteen and S.J. Pollock, PERC, Ann Arbor, MI (July 2009).

Cognitive Issues in Upper Division E&M, S.J. Pollock and S.V. Chasteen, invited poster, PERC, Ann Arbor, MI (July 2009)

Transforming Upper Division E&M, S.V. Chasteen, S. Pollock, W. Handley, D. Tarshis, P. Beale, AAPT, Edmonton AB (July 2008)

Assessing Student Understanding in Upper Division E&M, S. V. Chasteen and S. J. Pollock, PERC, Edmonton AB (July 2008).