PhysTEC Presentations

2013

The Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC)
Monica Plisch, Associate Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 6 October 2013 at the University of Cyprus

The Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC)
Monica Plisch, Associate Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 20 January 2013 at the Midwest Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics

2012

2012 Request for Proposals: PhysTEC
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 4 October 2012 via Webinar from ACP, College Park, MD

Who teaches physics: The role of physics departments in educating high school physics teachers
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 21 September 2012 at the University of Maine, Orono, ME.

High School Teacher Preparation: PhysTEC and National Solutions
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 18 July 2012 online.

We Need More Physics Teachers: PhysTEC and UTeach together
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 31 May 2012 at the UTeach Institute-NMSI Conference, Austin, Texas

PhysTEC Conference Opening Welcome
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 3 February 2012 at the 2012 PhysTEC Conference, Ontario, California

The PhysTEC project: A perspective on what it takes to recruit and educate more physics teachers
Monica Plisch
Presented on 1 April 2012 at the APS Meeting

PhysTEC Project Overview
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 2 February 2012 at the PhysTEC Regional Conference of MSTI and CalTeach, Ontario, California

2011

2011 Request for Proposals: PhysTEC
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 5 October 2011 via Webinar from ACP, College Park, MD

2010

National Task Force on Teacher Education in Physics (T-TEP)
Monica Plisch, Assistant Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 21 October 2010 at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Critical Issues Facing the Physics Community
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 21 October 2010 at Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA

2010 Request for Proposals: PhysTEC
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 18 October 2010 via Webinar from ACP, College Park, MD

PhysTEC Overview and Update
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Stamatis Vokos, Task Force Chair and Professor of Physics, Seattle Pacific University
Presented on 12 June 2010 at the Department Chairs Meeting, ACP, College Park, MD

National Task Force on Teacher Education in Physics
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 10 June 2010 at the SMTI National Conference, Cincinnati, OH

Perspectives on Physics Teacher Education: Challenges, Opportunities, and Vision
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 6 January 2010 at the APLU Leadership Collaborative Retreat

2009

Physics Teacher Education Coalition: An Overview
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 21 October 2009 at the California 2YC-4YC Collaboration Meeting

Teacher Recruitment: Strategies from the Physics Teacher Education Coalition
Monica Plisch, Assistant Director of Education, American Physical Society
Presented on 3 July 2009 at the National Science Foundation's Noyce PI Conference

PhysTEC
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 19 May 2009 at the APLU Science and Math Teacher Imperative meeting, Boulder, Colorado

Task Force on Teacher Education in Physics
Stamatis Vokos, Task Force Chair and Professor of Physics, Seattle Pacific University
Presented on 3 May 2009 at the APS April Meeting, Denver, Colorado

Why do we need 10,000 physics majors?
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 16 March 2009 at the APS March Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Physics Teacher Preparation: Problems, Perspectives, and Solutions
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 11 March 2009 at the NASULGC Leadership Collaborative Workshop at PhysTEC 09, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Expanding the Science Teacher Pipeline
Monica Plisch, Assistant Director of Education, American Physical Society and Jennifer Presley, Director, Science & Mathematics Education Policy, Association of Public and Land Grant Universities
Presented on 18 February 2009 at an Inside Higher Education webinar

Statistics and Rationale for the Doubling Initiative
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 11 February 2009 at the National Society of Black Physicists/National Society of Hispanic Physicists, Nashville, Tennessee

2008

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Monica Plisch, Assistant Director of Education, American Physical Society
Presented on 10 October, 2008 at the PhysTEC-Northwest Regional Conference, Seattle, WA

Physics Teacher Preparation: Problems, Perspectives, and Solutions
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 17 August 2008 at the American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA

Physics Teacher Preparation: Problems, Perspectives, and Solutions
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 21 July 2008 at the AAPT Summer Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta

Leaky Bucket or Revolving Door: Why Don't We Support Our Novice Teachers?
Paul Hickman, Science Education Consultant and Marcia Fetters, Western Michigan University
Presented on 21 July, 2008 at the Summer AAPT Meeting at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

The Role of Physics Departments in the Recruitment, Preparation and Support of Pre-college Teachers of Physics
Lane Seeley and Stamatis Vokos, Seattle Pacific University, and Pam Kraus, Facet Innovations LLC
Presented on 17 May 2008 at the APS Northwest Section Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon

PhysTEC and its Message for All Science Educators
Marty Alderman, PhysTEC Teacher in Residence, Cornell University
Presented on 19 April 2008 at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Monica Plisch, Assistant Director of Education, American Physical Society
Presented on 8 March 2008 at the Joint Spring Meeting of the Texas Sections of APS, AAPT, and SPS Zone 13.

A Crisis in Teacher Preparation: National Problem, Local Solutions
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 28 January 2008 at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

2007

Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Recruiting and Training the Physics Teachers and Physicists of Tomorrow
Rob Thorne, Cornell University
Presented on 30 November 2007 at Qatar University, Doha, Qatar

The State of High School Physics and Physics First
Paul Hickman, PhysTEC Project Consultant
Presented on 20 November 2007 at The State of Science Education Reform,
Carroll County, MD

APS Education & Diversity Efforts: System, Need, Programs, Results
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 2 October, 2007 at the Institute of Physics, London, England

PhysTEC at Ball State University
Ball State University PhysTEC Team
Presented on 25 September 2007 at Ball State University, Muncie, IN

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 11 September 2007 at Misericordia University, Dallas, PA

Preparing and Supporting Effective STEM Teachers: Discipline-Based Professional Societies Respond
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education & Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 10 September 2007 at the DR-K12 Meeting, Arlington, VA

Preparing Future Physics Teachers: the Physics Teacher Education Coalition
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education & Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 3 August 2007 at the North Carolina PhysTEC Workshop, Chapel Hill, NC

Master Teachers: Two Different Programs with Different Roles to Support Teachers of Physics
Paul Hickman, PhysTEC Project Consultant, and Jill Marshall, University of Texas at Austin
Presented on 3 August 2007 at the North Carolina PhysTEC Workshop, Chapel Hill, NC

The STEM Colorado Learning Assistant Program
Valerie Otero, University of Colorado at Boulder
Presented on 3 August 2007 at the North Carolina PhysTEC Workshop, Chapel Hill, NC

Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Eugenia Etkina, Professor, Rutgers University
Presented on 3 August 2007 at the Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC) - North Carolina regional meeting

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education and Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 19 April 2007 at a meeting of the Renaissance Group at Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA

PhysTEC: Physics Teacher Education Coalition
Ingrid Novodvorsky, Director, CoS Teacher Prep Program, University of Arizona
Presented on 7 April 2007 at the Spring Meeting of the Arizona Section of AAPT at Estrella Mountain Community College, Avondale, AZ

Recruitment: A Critical Element in Addressing the National Shortage of Physics Teachers
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education & Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 3 March 2007, Boulder, CO

Physics Teaching: The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education & Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 26 February 2007, Raleigh, North Carolina

Recruiting the Next Generation of Physics Teachers: National Concerns
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education & Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 22 February 2007, Boston, Massachusetts

Recruiting the Next Generation of Physics Teachers: National Concerns
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education & Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 8 January 2007, Seattle, Washington

Physics Teaching: The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education & Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 5 January 2007, Clearwater Beach, Florida

2006

PhysTEC: Addressing a National Need in Physics Teacher Preparation
Ted Hodapp, Director of Education & Diversity, American Physical Society
Presented on 26 July 2006 at the Summer 2006 meeting of the AAPT at Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Warren Hein, Associate Executive Officer, American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT)
Presented on 30 September 2006 at the North Carolina Section Meeting of AAPT at Elon College, Elon, NC

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Theodore Hodapp, Director of Education and Outreach, American Physical Society
Presented on 25 September 2006 at a physics department colloquium at
Florida International University, Miami, FL

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Theodore Hodapp, Director of Education and Outreach, American Physical Society
Presented at the Cornell University conference: "The Role of Colleges and Universities in
Preparing Future Physics Teachers", 19 June 2006, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Theodore Hodapp, Director of Education and Outreach, American Physical Society
Presented at the APS/AAPT Physics Department Chairs' Meeting, 10 June 2006, American Center for Physics, College Park, MD

Rising Above the Gathering Storm by Elevating the Status of Education
Noah Finkelstein, Department of Physics, University of Colorado at Boulder
Presented at the APS/AAPT Physics Department Chairs' Meeting, 10 June 2006, American Center for Physics, College Park, MD

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Theodore Hodapp, Director of Education and Outreach, American Physical Society
Presented at the National Science Foundation, 22 May 2006, Arlington, VA

The National Crisis in Physics and Physical Science Teacher Preparation
Theodore Hodapp, Director of Education and Outreach, American Physical Society
Presented at the Physics Teacher Education Coalition Conference 24 March 2006, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Theodore Hodapp, Director of Education and Outreach, American Physical Society
Presented at a James Madison University Physics Department Seminar, 17 March 2006, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA

The Assessment of an Initial Science Teacher Preparation Program
Ingrid Novodvorsky, Vincente Talanquer, and Debra Tomanek, University of Arizona
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in
Science Teaching (NARST), 4 April, 2006, San Francisco, CA

Student Teachers' Thinking Revealed in Self-reported Dilemmas
Debra Tomanek, Vincente Talanquer, and Ingrid Novodvorsky, University of Arizona
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), 4 April, 2006, San Francisco, CA

The Role of Colleges and Universities in the Preparation of Future Teachers
Theodore Hodapp, Director of Education and Outreach, American Physical Society
Presented at the Cornell University Conference, 28 February 2006, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

2005

The Physics Teacher Education Coalition: Lessons and Support in Building and Improving Pre-service Teacher Education Programs
Theodore Hodapp, Director of Education and Outreach, American Physical Society
Presented at the Tri-regional AAPT meeting, Luther College, Decorah, IA, 28 Oct 2005

The Assessment of an Initial Sscience Teacher Preparation Program
Ingrid Novodvorsky, Vincente Talanquer, and Debra Tomanek, University of Arizona
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), 9 August 2005, Salt Lake City, UT