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Who We Are


College Level One Mission
The National Institute for Science Education's (
NISE) College Level One (CL-1) Team, based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a nationwide community of post-secondary science, mathematics, engineering, and technology (SMET) faculty, education researchers, faculty developers, and students.

We are sponsoring year-long College Level One Institutes, which bring together nationally recognized post-secondary SMET faculty and education researchers to synthesize knowledge in critical areas of undergraduate SMET education. This knowledge is then disseminated in forms designed for SMET faculty seeking to improve their students' learning.


1998-1999, Field-Tested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG) Institute Fellows
The FLAG, the Field-tested Learning Assessment Guide, is a guide filled with proven, innovative assessment techniques specifically designed for courses in science, mathematics, engineering and technology (SMET). We have developed

1998-1999, FLAG Fellows
(Click on the Fellows' names to see a short biography and picture.)


Contact Us
Email

USPS Mailing Address

    National Institute for Science Education
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
    1025 W. Johnson Street, Suite 753
    Madison, WI 53706

Phone/FAX

    Phone: (608) 263-9250
    FAX: (608) 262-7428.

Location

    We're located in Suite 753 (7th floor) of the Education Science Building at 1025 West Johnson Street. The NISE front office is open from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Mondays through Fridays.


CL-1 Team


Other Institutes
1999-2000, Institute on Learning Technology (ILT)
Our focus during the 1999-2000 year is on learning technologies. The goals of our Institute on Learning Technology are to produce a web site that will:

1999-2000, ILT Fellows


1997-1998, Collaborative Learning Institute
Collaborative Learning (CL) encourages active student participation in the learning process. It encompasses a set of approaches to education, sometimes also called cooperative learning or small group learning. CL creates an environment "that involves students in doing things and thinking about the things they are doing",1  and reaches students who otherwise might not be engaged. Finally, CL is one teaching strategy among many, each of which can play a role to make learning an active and effective process.

1997-1998, Collaborative Learning Institute Fellows



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