Final talk and poster schedule posted below Abstract booklet at bottom of page
SABER 2014
National MeetingJuly 17-20, 2014Univ. Minnesota - Twin Cities, MN
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Postersposters 40 X 32- we will supply backing board and clipslandscape or portrait orientation- your choice
Please keep your poster to this size as space is at a premium this year.


REGISTRATION
Early Registration EXTENDED .
Registration includes
coffee and tea in morning, box lunches F-Sat-Sun, reception/appetizers on Thursday and Friday
plus registration materials.

classification
Early Bird Reg
till June 23, 2014
Regular Reg
after June 23, 2014



Faculty-full time
and Administrators
$250
$300
Faculty part-time
$160
$200
Post-Docs
$120
$160
Graduate students
$85
110$
Undergraduates
$50
65$



one-day for local faculty
$50
$50







REGISTRATION- a 2 step process!
1.Registration
Print out last page of registration as your temporary receipt

2. PAY
-Return to this page for Pay Pal Payment option.
------a. pay by check - send to address below
------b. Use Pay Pal. You do not need a PayPal account- Pay Pal can take your credit card.

DO NOT START with PayPal- this is only for payment and is NOT the official registration.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have an admin person pay via Paypal with a University account PLEASE have them add YOUR name under SPECIAL instructions to merchant on the Review your payment page. Otherwise we can never match up payments and registrations.
**STOP Have you already completed your on-line registration? IF not go back to step #1.


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Pre-SABER workshop - Thursday 7/17/14 10:00 am -3pm
Making Sense of Regressions with Student Outcome Data
space is limited- 30----- ------- 5/12/14- WORKSHOPclosed
cost $351.first register: register here- CLOSED2. Second pay with paypal
PAY PAL CLOSED - only people registered prior to 5/12/14 can pay here.

Hotel Accommodations-

The Commons (Used to be University Inn)
Rooms are $139/night + tax
This rate is only available till June 10 **and a limited number of rooms are available at this rate.
or call 800-822-6757 (MPLS) or 612-379-8888 and ask for SABER
The Commons has a Starbucks on first floor, a nice lounge and an Applebees restaurant adjoining it.
The Commons is about a 6 block walk from the STSS building where all the meetings are held.

NEED A ROOMMATE?

I have created a bulletin board where people can post requests for roommates.
SABER Bulletin boarduse this to set up a meeting or find a roommate


AGENDA
Agenda for meeting (a hard copy will be in packet)


Speaker agenda (a hard copy will be in packet)


Participant list - Abstract Booklet files - Map of participants at bottom of the agenda

Thursday July 17, 2014

3:00-5:30 pm Registration outside 220 STSS (map of campus below)

4:00-5:30 Welcome and Keynote Address

End of Lecture: A meta-analysis of active learning across the STEM disciplines.
Dr. Scott Freeman. University of Washington
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5:30 reception with light appetizers at West Wing of student Union Bldg
Reception sponsored by Pearson Education
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Dinner on your own


Friday July 18, 2014

all sessions in Science Teaching and Student Services Building (STSS)
Breakfast on your own
Coffee and Tea will be provided each morning
9:00--9:50 - Hot Topic
Gendered Experiences: Illuminating HIdden Inequities in Introductory Biology
Sarah Eddy and Dan Grunspan, University of Washington
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10:00-10:40 2 Concurrent Research Talk sessions9:50-10:00 Break
10:40-11:00 Break
11:00 -12:30 2 Concurrent Research Talk sessions
12:30-2:30 lunch(pick up box lunches)
Panel discussion: Getting your first job
  • Joel Abraham, CSU Fullerton
  • Tessa Andrews, University of Georgia
  • Jenny Dauer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Stanley Lo, Northwestern University
  • Martina Rosenberg, University of New Mexico

2:30-4:30 poster session-
due to high number of abstracts submitted - Posters are only up one day
2:30-3:30 even numbered posters
3:30-4:30 odd numbered posters

5:30-6:30 Reception
6:30-9:30 Buffet banquet at The Commons Hotel
Sponsored by McGraw-Hill
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Saturday July 19, 2014
all sessions in Science Teaching and Student Services Building (STSS)
Breakfast on your own
Coffee and Tea will be provided each morning
9:00--9:50 - Hot Topic
"Presence of Teleological, Essentialist, and Anthropocentric Reasoning Predicts Biological Misconceptions among Biology and Non-biology Students"
Kimberly Tanner, San Francisco State University and John Coley, Northeastern University
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9:50-10:00 - Break
10:00-10:40 2 Concurrent Research Talk sessions9:50-10:00 Break
10:40-11:00 Break
11:00 -12:30 2 Concurrent Research Talk sessions
12:30-2:30 lunch(pick up box lunches)
Panel: getting tenure as a Discipline Based Education Researcher
  • Kimberly Tanner, San Francisco State University
  • Erin Dolan, UT Austin
  • Becca Price, UW Bothell
2:30-4:30 poster session-
due to high number of abstracts submitted - Posters are only up one day
2:30-3:30 even numbered posters
3:30-4:30 odd numbered posters
dinner on your own

Sunday July 20, 2014

all sessions in Science Teaching and Student Services Building (STSS)
Breakfast on your own
8:00- 9:00 am Business meeting in STSS-320
9:00-10:00 2 Concurrent Research Talk sessions
10:00-10:20 Break
10:20-11:20 2 Concurrent Research Talk sessions
11:20-11:45 Break
11:45- 12:45 Concluding Keynote
"Characterization of the Biology Education Research-Practice Gap and Factors influencing it."
Travis Lund, Oregon Tech and Marilyne Staines, University Nebraska-Lincoln
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12:45- pick up lunch boxes


FILES for the meeting
- please download to your favorite electronic device

list of posters by poster number ( you will get a hard copy of this at meeting)


Complete Abstract Booklet- all abstracts plus an index (no hard copy)


List of participants - 7/15/2014 (no hard copy)



Below are separate pieces of abstract booklet
list of all abstracts by first author's last name and abstract number (no hard copy)


Abstract number-title-author-day-type of presentation ( no hard copy)




Map of Colleges and Universities of attendees at SABER 2014



Abstracts
SABER invites participants to submit abstracts between 100-300 words.
Deadline: March 21, 2014.
Notification of acceptance: April 21, 2014
Abstracts will be considered for one of three possible presentation formats:
1. Poster presentation (90 minutes)
Organized by topic, poster presentations are ideal for sharing preliminary findings, instruments in first stages of development, and new protocols. Emphasis is on facilitating interaction, discussion and critique.
2. Short talks (20 minutes)
Short talks will showcase more developed ideas, projects, and work nearing publication. Emphasis is on communicating robust findings, tried and tested instruments and protocols, and more developed work.
3. Long talks (40 minutes)**
Long talks are intended for intended for projects that are complete or nearly complete, and likely integrate multiple smaller projects.

Web site for submissions- ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS
Rubric by which abstract committee will score submissions.