A "working group" is a discussion group whose task is to
develop a well-articulated position on the topic at hand.
Non-traditional methods of publication in PER
Turrets Putnam room (1st floor, left side)
This group will have the task of arriving at a position on the value of non-traditional publications such as online published volumes, arxiv.org, white papers, blogs, and more.
A curriculum for PER grad students
Turrets 2nd floor center room
This group will have the task of creating at least one curriculum that is appropriate for graduate students specializing in PER for the PhD work.
PER and TA training
Turrets 3: Father Gower room (1st floor, right side)
This group will have the task of defining research areas that might be investigated, as well as tools and constraints that would affect research on TA training.
Issues in international PER
Blair/Tyson 3rd Floor Lounge, section C
This group will have the task of comparing the US and different international PER communities in a way that helps build bridges and further the work of all.
The perfect parent organization for PER
(E.F. "Joe" Redish)
Blair/Tyson 3rd Floor Lounge, section D
This group will have the task of describing a parent organization (meaning an organization like AAPT, AERA, NARST, APS...) that would best fit the needs of the PER community.