FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
The fourth biennial conference on the Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research will be held in 2011, in Bar Harbor, Maine. The conference is a venue for specialists who are active researchers in the field of physics education. This intensive week-long residential meeting will provide a forum for examining and articulating the current state of the field, exploring future directions, and discussing ways to pursue the most promising avenues for future research.
The conference features a series of plenary lectures given by established and emerging leaders in PER. Each will address the theme of Foundations and Frontiers by synthesizing major accomplishments in the field and/or speculating on the directions they consider especially important and promising. Afternoons will be devoted to unscheduled time for informal discussions. Evening sessions will include working groups on subjects of community-wide interest, topical groups for specific research issues, and a contributed poster session. The goal of the conference is to foster the type of direct and intense discussion possible in a small residential meeting of specialists.
The campus of the College of the Atlantic, in Bar Harbor, Maine.
Pictures are available here
but do not show the waterfront view.
A map of the area is found here.
There will be an open contributed poster session. We encourage all conference participants to contribute. To state your intention to present a poster, click here.
Michael C. Wittmann, Paula Heron, Rachel E. Scherr