Peter R. Eppig (MEd)

Faculty Emeritus
Department of Education

Selected Conference/Workshop Presentations

2/00 Public Schools: Is There A Way to Fix Them?, Moderator, Public Voice Forum, Durham, NH

9/99 Community As Curriculum, New Hampshire College and Uunversity Council Conference, Nashua, NH

10/98 A Community Forum Between a Rock and a Hard Place: How to Fund Education in New Hampshire, Civic Action Project, Peterborough, NH

4/97 Problem-Based Learning: An Innovative Approach to K–12 Service Learning, NHCUC
Conference — Committing Colleges to Communities: Service As Pedagogy, Nashua, NH

11/96 Multiple Perspectives on Bridging the Gap Between the Classroom and Industry: Partnerships
Utilizing Student Consulting Teams
, Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management, Portland, ME.
(presented with Peter Temple)

9/96 Student Learning in a Collaborative Community Project and Linking Service Learning to Teaching,
Student Development and Citizenship
, Conference of the New Hampshire College and University Council, Keene, NH. (presented with Peter Temple and Amy McGlashan)

3/95 The Critical Skills Classroom: Teaching for Understanding in Outcomes-Driven, Problem-Based, Collaborative Learning Communities, ASCD Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. (presented with Bruce Bonney and Heidi Watts)

10/94 Teaching for Change in the Changing Classroom, New England Environmental Educators Alliance Conference, W. Greenwich Center, RI.

4/89 Learning Through Real Problem Solving, New England Teachers Conference Springfield, MA

4/89 The Critical Skills Classroom, National Association of Elementary School Principals Conference, Atlanta, GA

3/88 Critical Skills: Student as Worker, Brown University – Coalition of Essential Schools Symposium, Louisville, KY

3/87 Teaching Science for the Future, National Science Teachers Association Conference, Washington, DC

3/86 Teaching Critical Skills in the Science Classroom, National Science Teachers Association Conference, San Francisco, CA