Design Based Implementation Research

October 2015 RPP Forum: Getting a Partnership Started


The Research-Practice Partnerships Forum is a monthly webinar series created by the Research + Practice Collaboratory to offer information, strategies, and discussion about partnership experiences. Every third Thursday of the month, the host, Bill Penuel, is joined by a panel of researchers and educators participating in research-practice partnerships around the country to share tools and insights to support new and ongoing collaborations.

The inaugural forum took place on Thursday, October 15, about “Getting a Partnership Started.” Check out the follow-up story to learn more about what was discussed or watch the webinar recording. In addition, see below for helpful resources that each of the panelists shared.

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October 2015 RPP Forum panelists included:

  • Practical Tool

    Discovery: Getting to Know One Another (Shared by Bellevue-UW)

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    Questions for Research + Practice Partners to consider when checking in with each other (Shared by Bellevue-UW)

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    Research Practice Partnership Playbook: Co-Designing for Student-Centered Teaching & Learning (Shared by Bellevue-UW)

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    Science Inquiry Map (Shared by Get Real! Science)

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    Tool for asking a series of Questions, Investigations and Explanations (Shared by Get Real! Science)

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    Instrumental, Symbolic, and Conceptual uses of research in decision-making from the book, Research and Practice in Education: Building Alliances, Bridging the Divide (Shared by Stanford-SFUSD)

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  • Paper

    Modeling Toolkit: Making student thinking visible with public representations (Shared by Get Real! Science)

    Windschitl, M. & Thompson, J. (2013). The Modeling Toolkit: Making Student Thinking Visible with Public Representations. The Science Teacher, 80(6).

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