Rochester, 2009

A one-week workshop on video analysis for college and university faculty and instructional staff was held in June, 2009, at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY.


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It began at 2:00 PM on Monday June 8 and ran through 6:00 PM on Friday June 12, 2009. For much of the week, participants worked in groups on their own Implementation Projects.

Workshop Organizers: Bob Teese (RIT), Priscilla Laws (Dickinson College), Pat Cooney (Millersville University) and Maxine Willis (Dickinson College).


Schedule for the One-Week Workshop

Day 1

2:00 PM: Welcome and Introductions • Break • Overview of Video Analysis, VideoPoint and Logger Pro • Mathematical Modeling • Dinner • LivePhoto Curriculum Hands-on Session

Day 2

Breakfast • Assessment of Learning - Action Research Kits • Projectile Motion Conceptual Evaluation • Break • LivePhoto ILD and Projectile Motion Activities • Lunch • LivePhoto Research Project • Advanced Analysis • Break • Hands-on Video Capture and Analysis • Implementation Issues • Implementation Project Planning • Dinner • Implementation Projects

Day 3

Breakfast • High-Speed Imaging • Implementation Projects • Break • Implementation Projects • Lunch • Advanced Video Analysis • Break • Presentation by Andrew Davidhazy on Streak Photography • Cell Phone Cameras • Banquet • Implementation Projects

Day 4

Breakfast • Schlieren Video Techniques • Implementation Projects • Break • Implementation Projects • Lunch • Implementation Projects • Break • Implementation Projects • Dinner • Implementation Projects

Day 5

Breakfast • Implementation Projects • Break • Implementation Projects • Lunch • Project Presentations • Break • Project Presentations • Follow-up Planning; Listserv & Wiki Usage; Wrap-up; Evaluation • Dinner




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This material is based in part upon work supported by National Science Foundation (NSF) grants 0089380, 0424063, 0717699 and 1122828. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recomendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.