Radical Effects on Learning: Transforming Communities and Practice

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Poster for the NSF REESE PI Conference Oct. 2011. Visual timeline of the history of the Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science & Education showing 2011, past and future Chairs, some speakers, and examples of interdisciplinary collaborations.

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Radical Effects on Learning: Transforming Communities and Practice

  1. 1. Radical Effects on Learning: Transforming Communities and Practice Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science & Education - July 10-15, 2011 Pre-workshops (July 8-10) at Bryant University, Visionary Grants, & Community Building PI: Liz Dorland, Washington U in St. Louis (dorland@wustl.edu) -- co-PI: Ghislain Deslongchamps, U of New Brunswick Stories of Extreme Collaboration Gordon Research Conference Format Pre-Conference Workshops 1. Visualization tools and techniques 1. Sunday 6 PM arrival - Friday AM departure "One of the big boons of GRC are 2. Evaluation methods for projects the conversations that sometimes 2. All-inclusive price with room & board A standing ovation at the end of the conference. Sweet! 3. Online collaboration tools lead to collaborations but more Multiple 3. Small size, attendees stay on campus often lead to influences on research, Visionary Grant 4. Single track morning & evening sessions sometimes dramatic influences." awards Visionary Grant Awards -- B. Tversky 5. Afternoons for informal discussions 1. Form an interdisciplinary team 6. 3 morning speakers - 2 evening speakers 2. Submit a 2-page proposal on site 7. Talks are invited Keynotes with discussion 3. 3-5 awards per conference meeting 8. Poster sessions open to all 4. $6000 to seed broader collaboration Felice Frankels 5. Submit report / share results new book began as a GRC Barbara Tversky collaboration. Current NSF Funding Drew Berry and Maneesh 1. Pre-Conference workshop expenses Agrawala win 2. Speaker, grad student, & post-doc support MacArthur Genius GRC 2011: tinyurl.com/grc-viz2011 Awards 3. Visionary Grant awards Vickie Maneesh GRC 2001- 09: tinyurl.com/grc-viz-history Agrawala 4. Disciplinary Ambassadors to conferences Williamson More: tinyrul.com/grc-speakers-workshops Graham Johnsons Film on diagrams by 5. Community Building and Networking images got our Nisselson, Nickerson, GRC onto the Donna Cox 6. Collaborative report on lessons learned cover of Science Chou, and Tversky. Drew Berry 3 times in a row. New Life Sci Ed paper via Squire mini-grant Margaret Towns, Mahaffy, Schultz, Steiff, Williamson & mini-grant w/Jenkinson Mary with Roman & Yip Honey Martin and Steiff Heggarty & Ghislain have an NSF Marianne Riis Ric Lowe have an NSF grant Heggarty Doug Clark grant for molecular visualization. Macknic & for climate change2001 Workshop at NSF David Uttal David Martinez-Conde visualization. envisions an David Geelan 2011 Speaker Links Rapp Gael McGil & Workshop Info interdisciplinary Mini-grant with Kurt Squirevisualization community Mike Steiff Cooper & Song Loretta Mary Schultz 4 Cog. Scientists Roy Art & Shaaron Bang Wong Brian Martin Peter Larry Gonick get NSF grants1994 1998 2001 2003 after mini-grants with chemists 2005 2007 2009 Mini-grant 2011 2013 2015 Shaaron with Bang Peter Atkins Ainsworth Kathy Takayama Martin Lou Pingolet Loretta Jones Mary Jane Schultz Peter Mahaffy Chris Watters Art Olson Liz Dorland Storksdieck Brian Martin Bob Koolvord Bolko Flintger Anthony J. Rest George Lisensky Roy Tasker Shaaron Ainsworth Ghislain Deslongchamps Martin Storksdieck Katharina Scheiter Queens - Oxford Mt. Holyoke Queens - Oxford Queens - Oxford Bryant University Magdelen College Bryant University Bryant University ?

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