FNAL Masterclass 2014 Moderators

Moderator Orientations:

CERN...Wed 05 Mar, 07:30-09:30 CT, https://indico.cern.ch/event/294686/ 

FNAL...Wed 12 Mar, 13:00-14:30 CT, https://indico.cern.ch/event/304137/ in Curia II (WH2SW)

Tiny URL for this page: http://tinyurl.com/mcmod14.

Register to be a moderator at: http://tinyurl.com/lbnqxed.

Registration deadline is 7 February 2104.

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Fermilab Masterclass Moderation Schedule

Times are in U.S. Central Time. (Convert to your time zone here.) This schedule is subject to change.
 
Date/time CT Measurement Institutes Moderator(s) Location
Thu 13 Mar 14:30 CMS WZH
  1. Tallhassee
  2. St. Louis
  • C. James
  • N. Parashar
WH2NW
Fri 14 Mar 14:30 ATLAS Z
  1. DeKalb
  2. Stillwater
  • K. Maeshima
  • J. Anderson
WH10NW
Fri 14 Mar 21:00 CMS WZH
  1. Shanghai
  2. Honolulu
  • S. Mrenna
WH1E
Sat 15 Mar 14:30 CMS WZH
  1. Boston
  2. Agora
  3. Buffalo
  • N. Parashar
WH1E
Sat 15 Mar 16:00 CMS WZH
  1. Minneapolis
  2. Seattle
  3. Mexico City
  • N. Parashar
WH1E
         
Thu 20 Mar 10:00 CMS WZH
  1. Alexandria
  2. Notre Dame
  • C. James
  • K. Herner
WH6W
Fri 21 Mar 15:00 CMS WZH
  1. Mona
  2. Rossdale
  • J. Anderson
WH2NW
Fri 21 Mar 18:00 CMS WZH
  1. Spearfish
  2. Auckland
  • A. Woodard
WH2NW
Sat 22 Mar 14:30 ATLAS Z
  1. Fairfax
  2. Medellin
  • A. Woodard
WH8XO
Sat 22 Mar 16:00 CMS
  1. Beardstown
  2. Mexico City
  • A. Woodard
WH8XO
         
Fri 28 Mar 14:30 ATLAS Z
  1. Amherst
  2. Bogota-UAN
  • J. Proudfoot
WH2NW
Sat 29 Mar 13:30 ATLAS
  1. Notre Dame
  2. Santiago
  3. Durham
  • J. Love
  • B. Auerbach
WH1E
Sat 29 Mar 14:30 CMS WZH
  1. Piscataway
  2. West Lafayette
  3. Williamsburg
  4. Baltimore
  • J. Love
  • B. Auerbach
WH1E
Sat 29 Mar 16:00 CMS WZH
  1. Spearfish
  • J. Love
  • B. Auerbach
WH1E
         
Thu 03 Apr 18:00 ATLAS Z
  1. Shizuoka
  • K. Maeshima
  • S. Maruyama
WH1E
Fri 04 Apr 12:00 CMS WZH
  1. Rochester
  2. Agora
  • S. Mrenna
WH2NW
Fri 04 Apr 14:30 CMS WZH
  1. Rio de Janeiro
  2. Manhattan
  • S. Mrenna
WH2NW
Sat 05 Apr 13:30 CMS
  1. Mayagüez
  2. Quito
  3. Bogota-Uniandes
  • A. Paramonov
WH1E

 

Basic Videconference Plan

Times and number of Institutes will vary.

Time from start Item Remarks
-00:15 Moderators arrive; institutes log in Test video and audio connections
+00:00 Start Introductions: moderators, institutes
+00:03 Warm-up questions "Show of hands"
+00:05 Institute 1 presents results Questions from Institute 2 & moderator
+00:10 Institute 2 presents results Questions from Institute 3 & moderator
+00:15 Institute 3 presents results  Questions from Institute 1 & moderator
+00:20 Discussion of results Moderator
+00:25 General discussion Featured scientist
+00:30 Q&A Moderator and featured scientist
+00:40 Videoconference ends  

 

Suggestions on how to be an effective Masterclass moderator:
You might know most of this already...but we still need to remind ourselves. Please send in items to add to this list.

  • Speak clearly and succinctly
  • Show your sense of humor
  • Avoid explanations: draw ideas from students and then help them
  • Encourage students to speak up, give their views, and back them up
  • Mind the schedule
  • Be friendly
  • It is alright to disagree...with mentors, students, or each other
  • Let students get a feel for how you see data and analysis
  • Be familiar with the Masterclass measurement
  • Show your enthusiasm
  • Work as a team

 

Good advice with a CERN slant:

 

 

Contact: Ken Cecire

 

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