Advanced Kellogg Institute

Calling all Kellogg Institute Alumni-

THE ADVANCED KELLOGG INSTITUTE WILL BE HELD JULY 23-28, 2017

To complete an application please click HERE.

 

The topic for this year's Advanced Kellogg Institute will be "What Does the Research Say Regarding Recent Innovations and Trends".

2017 Advanced Schedule: 

Day 1 - Wes Anthony and Dr. Hunter Boylan opening session

Day 1 - Chrissy Tillery-Washinghton DC Education Reform Update

Day 2 - Chris Thorn, Carnegie Foundation - Math Pathways

Day 2 - Amy Getz, Dana Center - Mathematics Pathways

Day 2 - Discussion Panel (Klipple, Getz, Bonham, Boylan)

Day 3 - Dr. Toby Park - Center for Postsecondary Success at Florida State University

Day 4 - Nikki Edgecomb - CCRC Research for North Carolina and Virginia

Day 5 - Presentations by Teams

Day 5 - Dr. Hunter Boylan

 

Confirmed Presenters:

Dr. Nikki Edgecombe, Columbia University, Community College Research Center will talk about CCRC's research and how it influences developmental education policy.

- Dr. Hunter Boylan, National Center for Developmental Education

Chris Thorn, Carnegie Foundation. Chris is Carnegie's Director of Knowledge Management for Community College Pathways. He will discuss the project and the value of Math Pathways and what we can learn from the data.  Thorn has both research and hands-on experience with the increasingly complex data requirements of current educational reform efforts.

- Amy Getz, Dana Center Mathematics Pathways, will discuss the Dana Center's Mathematics Pathways project and how it will modernize entry-level college mathematics programs through working with state and regional systems. 

- Barbara Bonham, National Center for Developmental Education.  

 

Advanced Kellogg Institute is open to all Kellogg Institute Alumni.  Space is limited to 45 participants. Deadline for applying is July 1, 2017.  

Contact kellogg@appstate.edu with questions.

 

The Advanced Institute may be taken for three hours of graduate credit. This credit is applicable to all Appalachian State University graduate degrees. Those taking the Advanced Institute for credit will attend all class sessions, participate in class activities, and write a reaction paper. The course is HE 6542-Applying Research in Developmental Education.

For additional information, contact  kellogg@appstate.edu (828-262-2805).

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