Join us at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of APS this week at the University of Mississippi, where Emily will be presenting an invited talk titled Developing a comprehensive graduate TA preparation program on Friday morning (November 4). You can find the presentation slides here in PDF format.
Join us this week at AAPT Summer Meeting 2022 and PERC 2022 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Emily and Greg are presenting in this meeting. It is Emily’s first in-person conference since COVID, and Greg’s first-ever conference presentation!
Emily has an invited talk titled Classroom Observations as part of TA Training. Her presentation is Monday July 11 at 8:30am, and you can find the slides here in PDF format.
Greg is presenting a contributed talk at AAPT and a poster at PERC, both of which are titled A National Survey of Physics Graduate TA Preparation. The slides for the talk are here in PDF format, and the poster is also here in PDF format. Both of Greg’s things are on Wednesday July 13, with the talk at 1:50pm and the poster in the first PERC poster session at 5:45pm.
The first paper from Emily’s dissertation – Transforming the preparation of physics graduate teaching assistants: Curriculum development – has been published in Physical Review Physics Education Research (Volume 17, eid 020125).
Follow this link to read the paper: https://journals.aps.org/prper/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevPhysEducRes.17.020125
Join our group at this year’s AAPT Summer Meeting, which started today!
Emily is presenting a talk titled Remote GTA Preparation: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly [PDF here]
Erika is presenting a talk titled Using Deliberate Innovation to Understand Indifference in Graduate Advisor/Advisee Relationships [PDF here]
Welcome to the new website for the Physics Education Research Group at the Georgia Tech School of Physics! The old website hadn’t been updated in many years, but the hope is that this one will be kept up-to-date with all the info about our group members, research, publications, and any news and events we may have.
If you have questions/comments/suggestions about the website content, please email ealicea [AT] gatech.edu.