Reforming the Teaching and Conception of Quantitative Methods in Applied Research
We invite you to join our Monthly Research Design Webinar Series in October.
The October 18th session will focus on “Reforming the Teaching and Conception of Quantitative Methods in Applied Research”. Dr. Stanley Pogrow will share his knowledge and experiences using this method, with Q & A to follow.
The webinar time is at 4:00 PM Phoenix, AZ time zone.
Join the WebEx meeting here
Meeting number (access code): 719 218 694 Meeting password: EPsPM2rF
Dr. Stanley Pogrow is a professor of Educational Leadership and Equity at San Francisco State University and Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona. He has had visiting endowed chairs at USC and Seattle University. He has been an analyst at the National Science Foundation and the California State Department of Education. He is the author of 5 books and 150 articles. His most recent has been accepted for publication by The American Statistician journal. He has been a successful national reformer as his HOTS thinking initiative for Title I students was adopted in approximately 2600 schools and half a million students—and his work led to the Title I law requiring the teaching of advanced skills to children of poverty. The current focus of his scholarship is rethinking applied research methods for improving practice.