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Symposium Title: Interviews as a Data Collection Method
Descrption: Chemical education research often includes interviews to collect student data. Student interviews, however, are highly complex situations where interviewing skills are important. This symposium is a venue for researchers to discuss their own experience in designing and conducting interviews in chemical education research. This will be a venue for discussion, sharing, and suggestion. The emphasis will be on data collection methods not for data analysis.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: General Audience
Organizer: Stephanie Cunningham Ryan
CoOrganizers: Sonia Underwood
Restrictions: Each speaker will have 30 minutes scheduled, 15-20 talk, 10-15 discussion
Part 1 of 2 [2010-08-03 09:00:00 - 12:00:00] - Stephanie Cunningham Ryan, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
09:00:00 introduction
09:05:00Gautam BhattacharyyaEverything the textbook told you NOT to do
09:25:00Michael BindisMisconceptions about intermolecular forces as revealed through interviews about chromatography: Pilot study
09:45:00Renee Beeton‘What do you think?’: Using interviews for exploratory studies in chemical education
10:05:00Gabriela SzteinbergLooking back: Interviews on long-past events
10:25:00 break
10:40:00Joe ShaneTwo Types of interviews: Individual and focus Groups
11:00:00james macarthurDesigning qualitative research to match student communication styles: Interviews, email, focus groups, and field dependence
11:20:00Gail HorowitzIssues of Validity When Conducting Semi-Structured Interviews in an Action Research Study
11:40:00Nathan BarrowsPower inequality in interviews: Undergraduate researchers as near-peer interviewers
Part 2 of 2 [2010-08-03 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Sonia Underwood, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00David WrenIdentification of student alternate conceptions using student interviews
14:25:00Vanessa FishbackPedagogical content knowledge (PCK) data collection through interviewing organic chemistry instructors.
14:45:00Ana Vasquez MurataInvestigating student conceptions about atomic emission
15:05:00Cynthia LuxfordInvestigating representational competence with respect to covalent bonding
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Jana JensenInvestigating student ideas about acid-base reactions
16:00:00LaKeisha McClaryGold at the end of the rainbow: Interviews as rich qualitative data
16:20:00Nathaniel GroveCo-dependency in research: Use of think-aloud interviews in a mixed-methods investigation of representational competence
16:40:00Michelle DeanUsing semi-formal interviews to determine where students experience cognitive overload when visualizing the three-dimensional nature of molecules

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