Video and Video Analysis Workshop
one of the Physics Workshops for the 21st Century
(supported in part by a grant from the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) by the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF))
at Joliet Junior College in Joliet, Illinois
(near Chicago and for alternative information check NewCity Chicago.com)
with Curtis Hieggelke serving as the local host and
featuring workshop leaders
Priscilla Laws (Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA) bio & picture
Patrick Cooney (Millersville University, Millersville PA) web site & picture
Robert Teese ( Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY) picture
Tom O'Kuma (Lee College, Baytown, TX) bio and
Curtis Hieggelke (Joliet Junior College, Joliet, IL)
Transportation to Joliet-Participants have arranged to arrive between 4 and 7 pm for ground transportation by Cox Livery to Joliet. Wednesday evening airport pickup will be for O'Hare International Airport will be about 6:00 pm for the people arriving before 5 pm and then about 8:00 pm for the people arriving before 7 pm. The pickup will be in the Kiss 'n' Fly Area in lot E. Take the free ATS (elevated train) to that area. Cox Livery phone # is 815-741-0583 if you have problems making connections or are delayed. After the groups are assembled at the Kiss 'n' Fly area, call Cox airport pickup number at 1-800-246-9696. Please check this map and list (pdf) for your group and flight information.
Accommodations- Motel rooms shared with another participant will be provided for Wedmesday evening to Saturday evening as requested. Participants wishing a single room or bringing a spouse will be expected to pay for half of the room.We will reserve your hotel room at the Hampton Inn Joliet I-80, located at 1521 Riverboat Center, Joliet, IL. The Joliet Riverboat Hampton Inn's telephone number is 815-725-2424. Please check this list for the hotel and let us know of any corrections.
Meals will be provided for participants for Thursday morning - Saturday evening
LivePhoto Physics Project- Robert Teese, Ronald Thornton, Priscilla Laws, and Patrick Cooney
Making Movies for Video-Based Motion Analysis - Patrick Cooney
Workshop Supporter Links-
Vernier Software & Technology They support the workshops by the optional daily post-workshop discussion sessions for all the workshops in addition to supporting the MBL workshop through equipment and software.
Addison-Wesley, part of the Pearson Education family of companies, is the provider of Randall Knight's Five Easy Lessons: Strategies for Successful Physics Teaching
Prentice Hall, part of the Pearson Education family of companies, provides in this workshop the Ranking Task Exercises in Physics by Thomas O'Kuma, David Maloney, and Curtis Hieggelke (published as part of the Series in Educational Innovation).
Links to workshop related papers
Mestre, J.P. "Cognitive aspects of learning and teaching science." In S.J. Fitzsimmons & L.C. Kerpelman (Eds.), Teacher Enhancement for Elementary and Secondary Science and Mathematics: Status, Issues and Problems (pp. 3-1 - 3-53). Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation (NSF 94-80).
Illinois Skill Standards. A project funded by the Illinois State Board of Education. Supported by partner agencies and administered by the Department of Workforce Education and Development SIUC
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